Casino Applications for Ford County
December 26, 2007
TOPEKA, KS – The Kansas Lottery Commission received two
applications from Ford County as the deadline of December 26th passed.
They also received a request from the
county for a one-day deadline extension to finish a third application from Epic Gaming of Las Vegas.
The Lottery Commission will review each proposal and negotiate contracts with
each developer within 90 days. The contracts will then be forwarded to the
Gaming Facility Review Board which has two months to select one for Ford County.
The Kansas Lottery Commission will own the casino but hire the developer to
build and manage its operations.
- Butler National Service Corp. and Boot Hill Gaming Inc.
$65 million – phase 1
$225 million- final
Location is two miles west of downtown Dodge City
800 slot machines
15 game tables
VIP room and high-roller area
E endorsed by the Dodge City and Ford County Commissions
- Dodge City Resort and Gaming Co.
800 electronic games
20 gaming tables
Location is northeast of town along U.S. Highway 50 between Avenue P and 113
Need endorsements from the Dodge City and Ford County Commissions
- Epic Gaming
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