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MGM was just awarded a license in Philly

Discussion in 'Casino Industry & Development' started by RPMCanes, Dec 23, 2013.

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  1. RPMCanes

    RPMCanes High-Roller

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    How the hell can these companies keep building new places when they are up to their eyeballz in debt? Shouldn't they be concerned with keeping the current house in order?
     
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    Debt schmet... it's all about cash-flow!!!
     
  3. Busyman

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    That was PG County, MD this past Friday.

    The hearings for the Philly casino aren't until Jan. 28 and it doesn't involve MGM.
     
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    We should know within a couple months if MGM's gaming license in NJ will be restored. They want back into the action now that online gambling has been legalized. If they are approved, hopefully they will finally build that MGM Grand resort they planned for AC a few years back or maybe they will buy out Boyd's 1/2 of the Borgata. The Borgata proves that you can be profitable in AC if you build a quality resort.
     
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