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Mike Goodrich Steps Down as Potawatomi Hotel & Casino General Manager

Former Tribal Chairman, Property General Manager Hartford Shegonee named General Manager/Chief Executive Officer.

By - Apr 21st, 2016 04:01 pm
Hartford Shegonee. Photo courtesy of Potawatomi Hotel & Casino.

Hartford Shegonee. Photo courtesy of Potawatomi Hotel & Casino.

MILWAUKEE (April 21, 2016) – After serving 14 years as General Manager of Potawatomi Hotel & Casino, Mike Goodrich has resigned his position. The Forest County Potawatomi Executive Council has named Hartford Shegonee to the position of General Manager/Chief Executive Officer effective today.

Shegonee most recently served as Vice Chairman of the Forest County Potawatomi’s Executive Council. He resigned from that position to take on the leadership role at Potawatomi Hotel & Casino. He is a former Chairman of the Tribe’s Executive Council and served as General Manager of Potawatomi Hotel & Casino, where he also held several other roles in leadership. He was integral in the opening of Potawatomi Bingo in 1991, as well.

Goodrich’s tenure at Potawatomi Hotel & Casino was one of tremendous growth. He oversaw two major expansions of the property – the 2008 casino expansion, which added more than 500,000 square feet of gaming, dining and entertainment space; and the 2014 hotel addition.

About Potawatomi Hotel & Casino

Set in the heart of Milwaukee, Potawatomi Hotel & Casino is Wisconsin’s premier entertainment destination, offering guests the best in gaming, dining and entertainment. The property features a luxurious 381-room hotel, the intimate 500-seat Northern Lights Theater and more than 60,000 square feet of event space. To discover more, visit www.paysbig.com.

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