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Pascua Yaqui Tribe to select member to run gaming operation

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The Pascua Yaqui Tribe of Arizona will be selecting one of its own to run its gaming operation.

Wendell Long is stepping down as CEO of Pascua Yaqui Gaming Enterprises after seven years. Part of his job was to ensure that tribal members rise in the management ranks.

“This is the outcome of our management succession program. I was brought here in March 2006 to be the last non-tribal member CEO. We have succeeded in this goal,” Long told Inside Tucson Business.

Six unidentified tribal members are being considered for the job. A decision is expected before Long leaves in June 2013.

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