The August promos at Pennsylvania casinos appeal to both automotive and agricultural enthusiasts with car and chicken-related giveaways.
Still no vote on online gambling expansion in Pennsylvania, but the Senate’s new budget measure earmarks $200 million in new gaming revenue.
Congressman Charlie Dent could be playing with fire, pitting the whims of a billionaire casino mogul against the prosperity of his home state.
Sands Bethlehem President Robert Juliano oversaw the most profitable casino in Pennsylvania. Despite his success, he surprisingly resigned his post.
The newest numbers from the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board show that slots revenues in fiscal year 2016-2017 dropped 2.2 percent.
The online gambling bill is in the holding pen. The state legislature is on recess, but could be called back to vote on it before the year is over.
There are plenty of opportunities to win free play, money, and cars, but some Pennsylvania casinos are rewarding players for charitable giving.
With the fiscal year coming to a close, Pennsylvania lawmakers have still not come to a consensus on expanded gambling. Resolution targeted for mid-July.
Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf has expressed concerns that VGTs might cannibalize revenue from existing gaming buckets. Online gambling may be best alternative.