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SUGARHOUSE CASINO’S GENERAL COUNSEL EVAN DAVIS NAMED 40 UNDER 40 BY EMERGING LEADERS OF GAMING

News Release | Philadelphia, PA Posted on 10.11.18

SUGARHOUSE CASINO’S GENERAL COUNSEL EVAN DAVIS NAMED 40 UNDER 40 BY EMERGING LEADERS OF GAMING
Global Gaming Business selects casino’s vice president and general counsel for honor

PHILADELPHIA — Oct. 11, 2018 — Emerging Leaders of Gaming and Global Gaming Business recently announced SugarHouse Casino’s vice president and general counsel Evan Davis as a member of the 2018-2019 “ELG 40 Under 40.” This honor recognizes professionals under the age of 40 who are making significant impacts on the casino gaming industry.

These individuals were recognized during the annual ELG cocktail event at the Global Gaming Expo (G2E) on Wednesday, Oct. 10, in Las Vegas. In addition to the ceremony, members will be featured in Global Gaming Business beginning with the November issue.

“Evan is a valuable member of the SugarHouse team, and he is an advocate for not only our casino, but the entire industry,” said Cheryl Duhon, general manager of SugarHouse Casino. “His passion and energy make him a role model for his colleagues, and we are thankful for all of his hard work!”

Joining SugarHouse in 2015, Davis oversees all legal matters for the company. He is a member of the casino’s executive team and works directly with all department leaders at the property. As an on-site resource, Davis has developed workplace policies and procedures to secure a positive impact on all levels of business operations.

A dedicated Team Member, Davis volunteers with SugarHouse’s philanthropic efforts, including assisting at the Rizzo Police Athletic League center and delivering turkeys before Thanksgiving to those in need. Davis also serves on the board of directors of the Ed Snider Youth Hockey Foundation.

Davis earned a Bachelor of Arts from Duke University and a Juris Doctor cum laude from the University of Pennsylvania Law School, where he served as a senior editor on the University of Pennsylvania Law Review.