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Tribal Clients

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The Chitimacha Tribe of Charenton, Louisiana

Cypress Bayou Casino and Shorty's Casino – Charenton, Louisiana  - staff consultant for 16 years.  Started with a small land-based tribal bingo hall in 1993. Designed, constructed property into 2 casinos including multiple restaurants and bars, a world-class nightclub, performing arts center including the following outlets:

Mr. Lester’s Steakhouse - premier Prime Beef steakhouse, wine cellar and cigar room

Café Bayou - regional cuisine serving up to 40,000 guests per month

Loco Mexican Grill and Cantina - classical Mexican cuisine and Margarita bar

Rik Rak - Asian cuisine and sushi

Eddie’s Grill - diner concept for late night hours

Bo-Cat’s - Cajun Bar

Bo-Cat’s Oyster Bar - gulf cuisine

Dogs and Dogs 2 - hot dog stands

Fresh - Gourmet coffee, pastries, beignets, panninis, po'boys and gumbo

Eats - quick service gumbo, pizza, po'boys and local cuisine

The Pavilion - multi-purpose room used for headline entertainment, bingo, private parties and monthly rewards concert banquets, includes full catering kitchen and 4 bars and bingo food outlets

Rox - world class night club including 2 VIP rooms

The Chat Room - employee dining room and patio for 1000+ employees

Mickey’s Bar - concert bar

OTB and Poker Bar - bar for off track betting room and poker room

Buddies - sliders hamburgers

a production bread bakery - producing 10,000+ pieces daily

a production pastry shop

a production butcher shop

a production commissary

multiple service bars

Hotel food and beverage design

The Three Affiliated Tribes - New Town, North Dakota

Four Bear’s Casino and Lodge – New Town, North Dakota – design and new opening of tribal casino - Lucky’s Café & The Bridge Bar

The Tohono O'odham Nation - Tucson, Arizona

Desert Diamond Casino – Tucson, Arizona - retained by the architects to design of food and beverage operations for new casino

Ohkay Owingeh tribe of northern New Mexico

Ohkay Casino in Santa Fe, New Mexico - Operational Assessment to provide new ways to enhance existing food and beverage outlets to increase gaming revenues and reduce costs.

The Coushatta Tribe of Louisiana

Coushatta Casino Resort - Kinder, Louisiana - Food and Beverage Audit and Assessment; the final report included a large number of operational opportunities for performance improvement were identified as well as suggested direction in re-concepting the outlets to increase the effective capture of gaming revenues. We have recently completed a project to review, install systems and train the staff and supervison in purchasing, acquisition, rebates, cost control and product utilization systems.

The Concow-Maidu of Mooretown Rancheria

Feather Falls Casino - Oroville, California - Consulted as an Associate of Raving Consulting; training in Exceptional Guest Service Program

Eastern Shawnee Tribe of Oklahoma

Indigo Sky Casino - Wyandotte, OK - Operational Assessment of new casino to provide new ways to enhance existing food and beverage outlets to increase gaming revenues and reduce costs.

Tachi-Yokut Tribe

Tachi Palace Hotel and Casino - Leemore, CA - Operational Assessment - additional project work F&B Training/Guest Service Standards/Department Mission, Financial Analytics Brainstorming, Rebate and Purchasing Programs next steps

Forest County Potawatomi

Potawatomi Bingo Casino - Milwaukee, WI - Operational Assessment, Department Structure review and review of new hotel opening project

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