Reginald Fullwood Jr.

Reginald Fullwood Jr.

Churchill Downs Incorporated

CDI Names Fullwood to Harlow's Position

Most recently was senior vice president and general manager of Ameristar Casino & Spa

Churchill Downs Inc. announced June 24 that Reginald Fullwood Jr. has been named senior vice president of CDI and general manager of Harlow’s Casino Resort & Hotel in Greenville, Miss.

Fullwood will oversee the management team and all operations of the casino and hotel property, located near the Mississippi River in the Mississippi Delta region, and will report directly to CDI president and chief operating officer William C. Carstanjen. Fullwood assumes his new responsibilities on July 14.

Fullwood most recently was senior vice president and general manager of Ameristar Casino Resort Spa in Black Hawk, Colo. He previously was vice president and operations controller for Harrah’s Atlantic City and served as vice president of table games for the same Atlantic City casino. He also was Harrah’s vice president of service strategy for the Atlantic City region. Fullwood started his gaming career as a customer service strategist for the Atlantic City Harrah’s and Showboat properties.

“Reggie has impeccable credentials and an impressive record of building strong employee teams while enhancing the performance of the casino-resort properties with which he’s been associated,” Carstanjen said in a statement.

“Our staff at Harlow’s has overcome many challenges in recent months, including damage and temporary closings caused by wind storms and the historic Mississippi River flooding. With those battles behind us, we’re excited to have Reggie assume the role of senior vice president and general manager. He has the right mix of experience, leadership skills and customer focus to help move Harlow’s forward.”

Harlow’s Casino Resort & Hotel, which opened in November 2007, consists of a 33,000-square foot gaming floor with 841 Class III slot machines, 23 table games and a poker room; a five-story, 105-room attached hotel; a 2,600-seat entertainment center; and three separate dining areas.