Young Business Leaders to Watch in 2010
Lac du Flambeau, Wis. (Vocus) December 22, 2009
Lake of the Torches Resort Casino is pleased to announce that one of its executives, Michael J. Broderick, has been named by Central Wisconsin Business Magazine’s “Young Business Leaders to Watch in 2010”. The article will be featured in the January 2010 issue.
Broderick currently holds the title of director of marketing for the resort-casino and is responsible for creating, developing, and implementing all of the resort-casino’s marketing, promotional advertising, and entertainment programs. Apart from his success in managing the marketing programs and initiatives at Lake of the Torches, Broderick is considered an expert in the field of behavioral marketing and casino promotions and has written extensively on the subject in trade magazines such as Indian Gaming Magazine, Native American Casino, Gaming and Leisure Magazine, and Casino Journal. He has been a speaker at the 2005, 2006 and 2007 Global Gaming Expo (G2E) held in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Pier Conference Group’s Native American Gaming conferences and the Casino Fest conference and seminars. Broderick earned his B.S. degree and a M.B.A. in management from California Coast University in Santa Ana, California. He has also attended the Executive Leadership Program at the JFK School of Government at Harvard University and the Change Leadership Group’s workshop at the Harvard University School of Education. In addition, he is currently an enrolled degree candidate at Harvard University.
The magazine, a publication of Gannett Company Inc. highlights up and coming area executives and business professionals who are under 40 years of age. Apart from Broderick, the article will feature business men and women from the Wausau, Stevens Point, Marshfield and Wisconsin Rapids areas of Wisconsin.
Situated on the shores of Pokegama Lake and nestled in Wisconsin’s Northwoods, the Lake of the Torches Resort Casino has a feel of a classic Northern retreat and reflects its Ojibwe culture and heritage. The casino has over 800 slot machines (including a high-limit and non-smoking area), 12 blackjack tables, Let it Ride, Three Card Poker, and three poker tables, a high-stakes Bingo Hall seating up to 500 persons, the 24-hour Game Time Grill and the Eagle’s Nest Restaurant. The hotel has 101 well–appointed rooms, the Dancing Waters Lounge and the Woodland Oasis pool area. The 8,500 square-foot Convention Center with the Hall of Nations offers an outstanding venue for entertainment, receptions, trade shows, meetings, presentations and seminars. It is proudly owned and operated by the Lac du Flambeau Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Indians.
More information on upcoming events at Lake of the Torches is available at http://www.lakeofthetorches.com.