Indiana Casinos see Drop in Admissions
August 09, 2011
Fewer visitors are going to the state's casinos. The Indiana casino industry has
seen a decrease in guests.
Currently there are 11 full casinos in the state. The State Gaming Commission
reported a decrease of 3% of admissions. This had occurred over the beginning
half of this year.
Indiana horse tracks have also seen a drop. Two central race tracks that operate
gaming machines, also reported decreased revenue. This is the lowest amount
reported in the last three years.
It is believed that the loss of gaming revenue is related to the economy.
Visitors are spending less on entertainment due to limited income.
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