After a very difficult year due to the epidemic, Lotto-Quebec is resigning as director of public affairs, which was occupied by Patrice Laoi for six years.
Mr. Laoi, the company’s head of communications, has a broad vision as a spokesperson. He announced his departure on Friday afternoon on his professional LinkedIn page.
“I will not hide the fact that Lotto-Quebec is a great company. I ‘ve been there three times in my career. I love the quality and heartfelt people who shape her every day.
The senior management of Crown Corporation, where the winners met over the years, thanked Mr. Laoi for the journalists and the team he oversaw.
Due to the health crisis, Lotto-Quebec had to close its gaming companies for several months. Video lottery terminals, network bingo and kinzo also had to be discontinued as retail sales of lottery tickets in the spring of 2020.
In addition, Loto-Quebec president and CEO Lynne Reuters will retire in the coming weeks.
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