Casino Revenue Down Causing Questions About Kenosha Casino project
April 01, 2013
A report was released showing a decline in revenues from tribal casinos. The
time range for the report was from 2007 to 2011.
With a new casino being proposed for the Kenosha area, the report is being used
to oppose the project. Groups against the new casino proposal state that the
decline in revenues from the current casinos show that the state has too many
casinos. That the gaming market has reached it's peak. Additional casinos added
to the state would only add to the competition. This would cause the casinos to
loose even more money.
Kenosha Casino supporters state the decline in revenue is a result of the
decline in the economy. They also believe that the economy is improving,
therefore the new casino will be successful.
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