Snoqualmie Casino CEO Brian Decorah Says the Key to

The casino serves as both a field classroom and a program participant, sending tribal members for education and development. “A strong part of our success comes from our focus on team member development among both our tribal and non-tribal employees,” said Brian Decorah, Snoqualmie Casino President and CEO. “Along with specific job skills the Snoqualmie Tribe, Snoqualmie Casino and the City of North Bend to honor all those who answered the call to serve in the U.S. Military. Due to the COVID 19 pandemic, the project did not materi- alize in the spring as planned but the group was still committed to funding and executing the important memorial at all costs. At the long-awaited unveiling, American Legion Post 79 Commander Rocky SNOQUALMIE VALLEY - A lawsuit filed with King County last year alleges that members of the Snoqualmie Tribe may have received illegal payments from MGU, the company that is developing the proposed Tribal casino outside Snoqualmie. (December 19, 2019) The Snoqualmie Tribe recently appointed Stanford Le as the interim CEO and President of Snoqualmie Casino. Mr. Le joined the casino as the Chief Marketing Officer in June 2018, helping to shape the business strategy for what would become a record-setting 2019 for the property and a milestone year for the Tribe, who recently acquired the award-winning Salish Lodge and the SNOQUALMIE, WA – The Snoqualmie Tribal Council is pleased to announce that Brian Decorah will be joining the Tribe as the new CEO for Snoqualmie Casino. “We are excited and greatly look forward to working with Mr. Decorah,” says Jolene Williams, Snoqualmie Tribal Council Vice Chairwoman. “We believe his experience and passion for the work he has done elsewhere in Indian Country makes Snoqualmie Tribe Names New Casino CEO, brings decades of experience to position December 13, 2017 by Danna McCall Leave a Comment On December 12, 2017, the Snoqualmie Tribal Council announced that Brian Decorah will be joining the Tribe as the new CEO of the Snoqualmie Casino. Snoqualmie Indian Tribe Announces Brian Decorah as New Casino CEO The Snoqualmie Tribal Council is pleased to announce that Brian Decorah was recently named the new CEO for Snoqualmie Casino. “We are excited and greatly look forward to working with Mr. Decorah,” said Jolene Williams, Snoqualmie Tribal Council Vice Chairwoman. “We believe his experience and passion for the work he has In late December the Snoqualmie Tribe announced its appointment of a new interim CEO and president for Snoqualmie Casino. Stanford Le, who became the casino’s chief marketing officer in June 2018, has stepped into the role. A Snoqualmie Tribe press release detailed that Le’s work as chief marketing officer helped achieve a record-setting 2019 for the property and milestone year for the Snoqualmie Tribe, Casino provide thousands of meals to local nonprofits April 17, 2020 by Danna McCall 1 Comment The Snoqualmie Tribe announced that in partnership with the Snoqualmie Casino, 4,000 frozen meals have been sourced and will be distributed through Snoqualmie Valley nonprofits to provide food to those in need. Things will continue to improve and be exciting, because we have a great team and great owners — a great Tribe to work for,” Decorah says. As CEO at Snoqualmie, Decorah also led the charge to develop an active shooter training simulation with current and former SEAL Team Six members. The casino partnered with NBC Seattle for a special media piece on the training that received an Emmy in

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