FACE OF GAMING

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Mickey Parenton

As Vice President and General Manager of Pinnacle Entertainment’s L’Auberge Casino & Hotel Baton Rouge, Mickey Parenton is responsible for all operations for the casino entertainment property located in the heart of south Baton Rouge. A New Orleans native, Parenton brings years of casino industry experience to the $368 million property. Under Parenton’s direction, L’Auberge sets the bar high for community involvement with over 2,000 volunteer  hours logged by team members and over $700K donated to local organizations to date. L’Auberge Baton Rouge offers a truly exceptional gaming, dining and entertainment experience, with incomparable guest service. Since opening, the casino has grown the local gaming market substantially and employs over 1,100 team members.

L’Auberge Baton Rouge | 777 L’Auberge Avenue, Baton Rouge | www.lbatonrouge.com

 

Faces of Louisiana is an advertorial feature highlighting leaders of various industries in Louisiana.

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