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Another Fontainebleau VP exits, 4th exec to leave since casino’s opening

Updated January 24, 2024 - 7:03 pm

Another executive at the Fontainebleau has resigned.

Vice President of Revenue Management Angie Dobney left her role, a resort representative confirmed on Tuesday.

“We thank her for her contributions and wish her well in the future,” the representative said in an email.

Dobney is a veteran revenue and customer relationship management professional. Before joining the Fontainebleau, she ran strategic consulting firms and worked in revenue management for other Las Vegas-area properties, according to her LinkedIn.

Her exit marks the fourth among leadership in as many weeks. On Jan. 11, former Chief Operating Officer Colleen Birch and former Chief Marketing Officer Shane Smith “voluntarily resigned,” resort officials said at the time. Michael Clifford, a senior vice president of casino operations, also left the company in late December.

Fontainebleau opened more than a month ago after nearly 20 years of history at the site. The property’s concept was announced in 2005, shortly after Florida developer Jeff Soffer purchased the original historic Miami Beach property. The project lost funding and ceased building during the Great Recession and changed ownership hands multiple times in the years after. Soffer once again purchased the luxury property, partnering with the Koch Industries’ real estate investment wing, in 2021.

McKenna Ross is a corps member with Report for America, a national service program that places journalists into local newsrooms. Contact her at mross@reviewjournal.com. Follow @mckenna_ross_ on X.

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