Harrah’s SoCal Resort has new GM

Robert Livingston has been named general manager and senior vice president of tribal development at Harrah’s Resort Southern California. He is returning to a casino he worked as for eight years as assistant GM.

Harrah’s SoCal Resort has new GM

Longtime Harrah’s veteran Robert Livingston has been appointed general manager and senior vice president of tribal development of Harrah’s Resort Southern California near San Diego.

Livingston has worked for Caesars Entertainment for nearly three decades, including eight years as assistant general manager of the San Diego property and president and general manager of Harrah’s Ak-Chin for ten years. During the final four years at that property he was also liaison between the company and tribal governments across the U.S.

Rincon Tribal Chairman Bo Mazzetti greeted Livingston’s return: “We are very excited to have Mr. Robert Livingston back on our property to serve as the new general manager of Harrah’s Resort Southern California,” stated Chairman of the Rincon Tribe Bo Mazzetti. “Robert brings the energy, motivation and talent that our casino team deserves and the trust, loyalty and knowledge that we, the Rincon tribe, strive to find in our leadership team. We look forward to working with him and know he will take our gaming facility to the next level of success.”

Livingston has been corporate accountant, and held finance and operational roles with the company. His new role at Harrah’s Resort Southern California is described as “revitalized” and includes overseeing resort operations and “leading strategy to increase revenue.”