Cleveland casino hiring again, looking for dealers

CLEVELAND (AP) — The first casino that opened in Ohio is doing more hiring as it searches for about 60 new dealers and 30 supervisors.

WKYC-TV ( ) reports the Horseshoe Casino Cleveland has spots to fill after some dealers were promoted and others took different jobs.

Table games supervisor Tosha Tousant says she’s looking for applicants who are upbeat and have leadership potential.

The TV station reports applications are being accepted until Thursday for training classes that begin about a week later.

The Cleveland casino opened in May 2012. Since then, Ohio’s other three voter-approved casinos have opened in Toledo, Columbus and Cincinnati.


Information from: WKYC-TV,

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