Seminole have become force in gaming industry
Special from the Las Vegas Review-Journal...and features Tony Sanchez, president of the Tribe's board of directors...
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. -- Sitting in the lounge of NYY Steak in the newly remodeled Seminole Coconut Creek Casino, Tony Sanchez Jr., took a few moments to ponder a question about the nature of the Seminole Indian Tribe's relationship with its home state of Florida.
Sanchez, president of the tribe's board of directors, practically grew up in the casino business. He held senior-level management positions at many of the tribe's six Florida casinos throughout his career and now oversees the 3,700-member tribe's economic development arm and several nongaming businesses.
The Seminoles are now an international gaming and hospitality conglomerate, but Florida is always on their radar.
Read more in the Las Vegas Review-Journal.