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March 10, 2013

Riviera adds former Maziarz aide to development position


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According to a press release, before joining the Historic Rivera Theatre, Rouleau was the director of grant operations for a large grant-consulting firm where he managed and coordinated research, proposal writing, project administration and development for municipalities, school districts, and a diverse array of not-for-profit organizations across the state.

Prior to that, he was a staff member for Maziarz, where he worked as director of the state's Senate Committee on Tourism, Recreation and Sports Development. Rouleau also previously worked as a staff member for the WNY Regional Office of former Governor George E. Pataki.

He has a degree in business administration from Hilbert College.



Contact City Editor Neale Gulley at 534-4237.

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