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SKYCITY Auckland appoints Manager

<> MEDIA RELEASE June 17, 2008

SKYCITY Auckland appoints Casino Food and Beverage Manager

SKYCITY Auckland is pleased to announce the appointment of David Green to the role of Casino Food and Beverage Manager.

David commenced employment with SKYCITY in January 2008 as Food and Beverage Coach, and since then has played in integral role in the development of SKYCITY's Food and Beverage team.

As Casino Food and Beverage Manager, David manages the provision of a world-class service and range of products in the F&B and VIP areas of the casino.

"Our goal is to create an entertainment destination our guests will see as the most exciting offering in Auckland and lead the way in delivery of a truly customer-focused experience," says David.


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