L'Auberge du Lac Casino Resort Names April Five Star Employees - KPLC 7 News, Lake Charles, Louisiana

L'Auberge du Lac Casino Resort Names April Five Star Employees

LAKE CHARLES, La. — L'Auberge du Lac Casino Resort, an award winning luxury Texas Hill Country-themed resort in Lake Charles, Louisiana., today announced its April Five Star Employees and Employee of the Month.

The April Five Stars are: Manny Belgica, an engineer; Brandon Colligan, a lead security officer; Thanh Phan, a table games dealer; Kelly Bistok, a Jack Daniel's® Bar & Grill bartender; and Michelle Labbe, a banquets server.

Manny Belgica was also designated as the April Employee of the Month and is now eligible to receive the coveted Employee of the Year award. Manny, a native of the Philippines, was hired at L'Auberge in March 2005 as part of the resorts pre-opening team. He is a talented master carpenter.

Five Star employees are recognized monthly for their exceptional service skills. All of these employees went to great lengths to uphold L'Auberge's quality and image as the most successful and respected entertainment destination in the South.   

In recognition for their hard work, the employees receive a substantial cash prize, a personalized L'Auberge gift, a month of VIP parking and gift certificates. The employees received their awards on May 18 at a Recognition Luncheon with senior vice president and general manager Geno Iafrate and members of the L'Auberge senior management team. Each honored employee invites one guest to the luncheon to share their recognition while enjoying a custom luncheon menu as they are personally recognized for their outstanding achievements.

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