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The Siegel Group Nevada Inc.:

Stephen Siegel

CEO

Thu, Jun 11, 2009 (6 a.m.)

Stephen Siegel

CEO

The Siegel Group Nevada Inc.

3900 Paradise Road, Suite 101

Las Vegas, NV 89169

www.SiegelCompanies.com

Stephen Siegel, chief executive officer of The Siegel Group Nevada Inc., oversees the daily operations of his many affiliate companies and is responsible for identifying real estate and business development opportunities for the firm. Siegel began his business endeavors at the young age of 16 with only a few dollars in his pocket and a passion to succeed. Years later, he has established and expanded many highly successful businesses, together generating hundreds of millions of dollars in sales. Throughout his short yet distinguished career, Siegel has consistently demonstrated his proficiency and success in the acquisition and disposition of real estate, the launching and repositioning of new and existing businesses, and leading critical turnaround initiatives. Siegel has become increasingly involved in the field of redevelopment. His extensive renovation efforts have earned him a reputation for revitalizing the neighborhoods in which he invests. His plans for the near future include the further acquisition of hotel-casino developments and the expansion of his growing multiresidential portfolio. Siegel was recently honored by the city of Las Vegas, which recognized him as March 2009’s Citizen of the Month. His portfolio includes: Siegel Suites — a provider of multiresidential accommodations (approximately 4,000 units), Gold Spike hotel-casino, Siegel Slots & Suites (formally the Barcelona hotel-casino), The Resort on Mount Charleston, Siegel Plaza (a retail shopping center).

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