Seminole Gaming CEO James Allen last month announced the extension of employment contracts for two key executives, including Chief Operating Officer Larry Mullin, who joined the organization in December 2012. Mullin’s contract has been extended to 2018.
In addition, Allen announced the extension of the employment contract for Thomas W. Sparks, senior vice president for security. His contract has been extended for three years. Sparks has been part of the Seminole Gaming management team since 2003.
“We are extremely pleased to extend the employment contracts of these two Seminole Gaming key executives,” said Allen. “I have known Larry and Tom for more than 25 years and I have always admired their dedication to achieving real results.”
Mullin has nearly 30 years of experience in the gaming industry, including the past three years with Seminole Gaming, where he has been instrumental in developing programs to enhance the level of customer service and amenities. According to Allen, he truly cares about employees and guests.
Mullin was previously chief executive officer of Echo Entertainment. Prior to joining Echo, he was president and chief operating officer of the Borgata Hotel, Casino & Spa in Atlantic City. He also has held senior executive positions with the Trump Organization and Harrah’s Entertainment.