A familiar face, and long-term employee, is leaving the Keystone Centre


A familiar face, and long-term employee of the facility, is leaving the Keystone Centre.  Jason Krieser, the current Sales Manger tells bdnmb.ca that his last day at the Keystone Centre will be February 23rd. Jason has worked at the Keystone Centre for 34 years, with a brief 6 week hiatus when he went to work at Montana’s with Ben Hernandez and Chad Wallin.  Jason will be relocating to Winnipeg in search of employment and said that he doesn’t have anything lined up as yet.  Initially, he said that he will be taking some time off to relax for a month or 2.

Jason started at the Keystone Centre clearing tables, at the event known now as Dakota Nation Winterfest, when he was only 9 years of age. Shortly thereafter, he started working working in concessions before coming on-board full-time in 1999 when Mike Roziere hired Jason to become the Banquet Manager.


We here at bdnmb.ca wish Jason the best of luck going forward with his career.