Clayton Mason has been elevated to the role of Chief Financial Officer for Four Winds Casinos, according to the Pokagon Band of Potawatomi. Mason assumes his new role immediately.
With a Master of Business Administration and bachelor’s degree in sociology from Indiana University, Mason has been with the Pokagon Band since 2007. He previously served as Labor Analyst, Director of Planning and Analysis, Director of Database Marketing, Director of Strategic Marketing, Vice President of Database and Analytics, and Sr. Vice President of Marketing and Analytics.
Tribal Chairman Matthew Wesaw said that Mason has the “knowledge and experience with the inner workings of our organization [that] will provide him with the necessary perspective and insight to fulfill the role.”
Mason succeeds Dan Weindruch, who is retiring after 14 years in the Four Winds’ CFO role. Under Weindruch, the Pokagon Band opened four casinos: Four Winds Casino and Resort in New Buffalo in 2007; Four Winds Hartford in 2011; Four Winds Dowagiac in 2014; and finally Four Winds South Bend (Indiana) in 2018.
Other Michigan Casino News
- Golden Nugget announced that through their partnership with Paysafe, they are offering a new payment option for the company’s online casino product.
- Similarly, William Hill has announced that they can now accept cash payments via PayNearMe for their Michigan Online Casino.
- Michigan’s Soaring Eagle Casino will soon offer online sports betting, thanks to a collaboration between GAN Limited and the Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe of Michigan, who own and operate the Soaring Eagle Casino and Resort.
- The Beach Boys headline the Summer Concert Series by Four Winds Casinos, which runs from late July through late August.