Bally’s Corporation has announced the retirement of Marc Crisafulli, the Executive VP of Government Relations, Legal and Regulatory. He will leave the company effective immediately.
Crisafulli joined the company in 2019, prior to the Bally’s Corporation rebrand. During his three-year tenure, Crisafulli served in an executive role to oversee 'critical legislation' and was instrumental in forging vital company partnerships in Rhode Island.
Bally's CEO Lee Fenton said: "I want to thank Marc for his commitment and many contributions to Bally's over the last few years. I especially want to acknowledge Marc's work with Rhode Island, including his efforts in advancing important state legislation and for his role in moving our corporate headquarters to Providence.
“On behalf of our Board and management team, we want to thank Marc for his guidance and for his role in positioning us for our next phase of growth. We wish him the best in his retirement."
Bally's Chairman Soo Kim spoke about Crisafulli’s contributions to the company’s success. She said: "Marc led a robust expansion of Bally's in recent years. During his time, he developed important relationships and respect among regulators, partners, and colleagues.
“We look forward to building on what Marc has helped establish, and we wish him all the best in this next chapter."
Crisafulli expressed his gratitude for his time spent at Bally’s and thanked the company and its team for years of support.
He commented: "I could not be prouder of what our team has accomplished in just a few years, and I am especially grateful for the relationships formed and efforts executed in the State of Rhode Island.
“It has been a privilege to see the company grow and evolve, and I want to thank Lee and Soo, and the entire team for their support, leadership and friendship. I wish the company continued success."