Long-time Seminole Gaming employee Tracy Bradford has been promoted to President of Seminole Hard Rock Support Services.
Seminole Gaming is a venture of Florida’s Seminole Indian Tribe, which owns Hard Rock International and operates numerous casinos under the Hard Rock brand.
Bradford has worked for Seminole Gaming since 2005, when she joined as Director of Purchasing at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Tampa. She has subsequently served as Vice President of Purchasing and Executive Vice President of Administration for Seminole Hard Rock Support Services, Bradford’s most recent role.
As Support Services’ President, she will be responsible for the division’s management and operations, as well as those of customer care and aviation.
Jim Allen, Chairman of Hard Rock International and Seminole Gaming CEO, reflected on Bradford’s service and looked forward to seeing what she can bring into her new role.
“Tracy Bradford has been instrumental in the hugely successful coordination of purchasing and other staff functions of Seminole Hard Rock Support Services,” said Allen. “She will be a driving force in maximising the benefits of its entire consolidated operation.”
Prior to joining Seminole Gaming, Bradford helped set up purchasing departments and was part of grand opening teams at several casinos, including Boyd Gaming’s Mississippi properties, Isle of Capri and Sam’s Town.
Bradford also served as Director of Purchasing at Ameristar Casino, also in Mississippi. She began her casino industry career in 1984 as a clerk typist at Caesars Hotel & Casino in Atlantic City.
Seminole Hard Rock Support Services, meanwhile, was established in 2017 to “consolidate and coordinate multiple staff functions of Hard Rock International and Seminole Gaming.”
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