Niagara Falls casinos’ PR chief steps down

The city is looking for a new director of communications for its two casinos.

Greg Medulun has been the official spokesperson for the casinos since Casino Niagara first opened its doors in 1996.

Canada.- Greg Medulun who has been the official spokesperson for the casinos since Casino Niagara first opened its doors in 1996, has stepped down from his position.

Medulun is leaving the casinos at the end of the month to take up the position as vice-president of communications at Niagara College.

“It’s not easy to leave a workplace you love — 20 years of friendships and incredible work experiences,” said Medulun said in an statement. “But, I could not be more excited to join the Niagara College team under president Dr. Dan Patterson and help them build on the already phenomenal reputation they have.”

Medulun’s work at Fallsview Casino has earned him two Romero Awards for excellence in casino marketing and a national public relations award from the Canadian Public Relations Society. In addition, Medulum was recently recognised as one of Niagara’s Top 40 Under 40.

“Greg was best known for elevating our organization’s corporate sponsorship program and building relationships within the tourism community and the region,” said Niagara Falls Casinos president Art Frank. “His legacy with us will be the partnerships he forged with countless businesses and not-for-profit groups.”

Medulun is part of the boards of directors for the Niagara Wine Festival, Niagara Falls Tourism and The Tourism Partnership of Niagara. He was a board member of the Winter Festival of Lights, The Community Leaders Foundation, Attractions Ontario, The Niagara Falls International Marathon and The Niagara College Foundation.