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Seven Clans Casino Thief River Falls and Water Park hires new General Manager


Red Lake Gaming Enterprises has selected Frank Cornelius as the new General Manager for the Seven Clans Casino Thief River Falls property. Frank brings an abundance of management experience and customer focus in a highly competitive gaming market. The selection extends to Red Lake Gaming's strategy of attracting proven gaming industry veterans to manage our largest property.

Frank has over two decades of experience in Executive Casino Management with the Oneida Casinos, which includes Director of Table Games, Interim Assistant Gaming Manager-Operations and also working on the Oneida Airport Hotel Corporate Board. Frank has a Bachelor of Arts and a Master's Degree from the University of Phoenix Appleton WI branch.

"Frank's leadership, operational and strategic skills make him an ideal leader for our Thief River Falls property as we work toward an exciting future by improving our competitive position in the market. Frank's wide range of knowledge and goals mesh well with the goals and objectives of the Red lake tribal council and Red Lake Gaming" said Raymond Brenny, Chief Executive Officer for Red Lake Gaming.

Prior to Joining Red Lake Gaming, Frank served as the Director of Table Games for the Oneida Casino from 2000 – 2014, leading a team of 250 members. From 2014 – 2017 Frank held the interim Assistant General Manager position, where he oversaw property operations managing 1,500 employees, 2,500 slot machines, 26 table games, 8 Poker tables, and a 750 seat bingo hall. From 2013 – present, Frank wasappointed as a corporate board member by the Oneida Nation Business Committee where he was elected as Secretary/Treasurer. Frank most recently served from 2017 to present as Director of Table Games for Oneida Casino in Green Bay Wisconsin, where he's overseen 200 team members with 26 table games and 8 poker tables.

With Frank's familiarity of our casino business climate in the Midwest, and the knowledge of the challenges to the industry, we look forward to his leadership in assisting the Red Lake Band of Chippewa Indians for our quest for self-sufficiency.

Seven Clans Casino in Thief River Falls currently features 150 hotel rooms, a gaming floor with over 600 gaming machines and four blackjack tables, along with three dining establishments, several meeting rooms, and a 40,000 sq. foot indoor waterpark and arcade. For more information regarding our casino, hotel or water park, please visit our website at


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