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Milos has spent years in the Deadwood tourism and gaming industries.

New executive director named to Deadwood Gaming Assn.

RAPID CITY, S.D.  – Following a sudden departure of the long-time Executive Director of Deadwood Gaming Association Mike Rodman, the position has been filled by an experienced and familiar face in the Deadwood gaming industry.

George Milos will assume the duties of monitoring Deadwood’s slot machines and sports betting.

Milos spent 13 years with the Deadwood Chamber and Visitors Bureau and was most recently the Director of Event Services for the Deadwood Mountain Grand.

During his time at both gigs, he organized press junkets for ESPN, Showtime, and HBO.

The Deadwood Gaming Association is the only non-profit association representing South Dakota’s commercial casino industry.

Milos says the association has made an economic impact in both the region and South Dakota since its founding in 1990.

”Every year, the tax revenue generated from Deadwood Gaming goes to the state general fund. It goes to South Dakota Tourism; it goes to Lawrence County, (and) to historic preservation,” Milos says.

Milos added that since 1990, the tax revenue has made up approximately $16 million every year and Deadwood Gaming has been responsible for creating thousands of jobs.

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