Mount Airy Casino Resort
After initial review of the six applications for Philadelphia’s second casino license, the state gaming board has identified more than 50 main players associated with the projects and that number is expected to grow as the proposals move forward.
In November, Pennsylvania casinos outperformed Atlantic City’s facilities in overall gross revenue.
Once upon a time, a summer vacation in the Poconos meant a trip on a train, two weeks at an all-inclusive resort where the principal forms of recreation were eating copious amounts of hotel food, a hike in the woods or rowing and swimming in a lake or pond.
Nearly a year after the arrival of table games, a few Pennsylvania casinos are getting ready to add “stay” to “play.”