(Lawrenceburg, Ind.) - Hollywood Casino will be hanging the “help wanted” sign soon.
The Cincinnati Enquirer reported over the weekend that Hollywood’s general manager, Tony Rodio, is leaving.
Rodio will become a senior executive at Tropicana Entertainment in Atlantic City, New Jersey starting June 1.
The Lawrenceburg riverboat’s parent company, Penn National Gaming, has not publicly announced Rodio’s departure or named a new general manager.
Rodio became GM at the then-Argosy Casino in 2008 replacing the retiring Larry Kinser. He oversaw the casino’s move into the new $336 million Hollywood Casino riverboat in 2009.