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Germany – Spielbank Feuchtwangen names Thomas Steiner as new director

By - 1 September 2023

Thomas Steiner has been named the new director of Spielbank Feuchtwangen.

“Congratulations on your appointment as the new casino director in Feuchtwangen. I wish you every success in your new responsible role in Bavaria’s second-largest casino,” said Albert Füracker, Minister of Finance and Home Affairs, congratulating the new director of Spielbank Feuchtwangen, Thomas Steiner, who will succeed Martin Söllner on 1 September. 

Mr Füracker said: “I would like to thank you very much for your commitment and your services and wish you all the best for your future.”

Claus Niederalt, President of the State Lottery and Casino Administration, said: “It is great that we were able to win Thomas Steiner as the new casino director. Through his diverse activities in the Bavarian tax administration, Mr. Steiner has gained valuable and extensive experience in the areas of human resources, organization and finance and is therefore predestined for his new task.”

As a trained tax officer, Thomas Steiner most recently worked as head of department at the Nuremberg-South tax office. Born in Nuremberg, he is looking forward to a well-positioned casino and the cooperation with the approximately 90 employees as well as the municipalities and partners in the region: “I would like to thank you for the trust placed in me by appointing me as casino director and I am looking forward to my new task. Together with the motivated workforce, I will do my best to continue the successful path of the casino.”

The Casino Feuchtwangen stands for safe and reputable gaming at state-of-the-art machines and gaming tables. It is conveniently located near the A 6/A 7 motorway junction (Feuchtwangen/Crailsheim). The cubist, modern building delights from the interior with a great view over the surrounding landscape. On the almost 2000 square meters of floor space, the casino offers bars and a restaurant in addition to the typical roulette, poker and blackjack tables as well as slot machines.

The nine casinos in Bavaria are managed by the State Lottery and Casino Administration in Munich, which is part of the Bavarian State Ministry of Finance and Community. 

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