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Galle named GM at 2 Gulf Coast casinos

Mike Galle

Mike Galle has been named General Manager at Boomtown Casino Biloxi and Hollywood Gulf Coast in Bay St. Louis. Both are Penn National Gaming properties.

Galle began his career in the gaming industry in Surveillance from 1992 -1995. He joined Penn National Gaming in 2005 and is one of the longest serving property team leaders and has steadily climbed the ranks holding the positions of Director of Surveillance, Director of Slot Operations, Assistant General Manager and Vice President of Casino Operations. In his last position he was appointed General Manager of Hollywood Gaming Mahoning Valley.


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  1. Unfortunately my visit 7/30/2918 was horrible. A young lady approached us and asked for my friend, after I stated she was at the other machine she left. Never returned, asked for help after waiting over an hour. Spoke with slot person, who called shift manager who at first stated no one knew who she was. Now we are nervous two senior ladies traveling from Louisiana to Mississippi and no one at the casino knows her. Finnally she is identified as Joy. She stated she had the wrong Barbara, REALLY, there is no way you go to the wrong person working at a casino. We were upset to have a strange person approach you in a casino without identifying herself. My friend plays two machine sometimes I will sit at one and she tells me how much to hit when the machines are a part. Is that not wrong to do in a casino? We still didn’t get the answer to that question. Either way she should have identified herself and gave us a reason she had us sit there for over an our, and she left and went home. Second bad visit, some years ago we had a room no smoking, you guessed it, the room was a smoking room. Too far to travel for such bad service.

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