January 2014
Las Vegas Business Press (10712186);1/27/2014, Vol. 31 Issue 4, pP6
The article discusses casino expansion deals with the Indian tribes as of Jnauary 27, 2014. It presents the business opportunities in San Diego, California and New Mexico that Pennsylvania National Gaming is developing to increase its customer base in partnership with the Jamul Village Indian Tribe. It describes the benefits of the partnership in terms of funding and technology resources provided by big casino companies but may have a downside on approvals from the state and local government.


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