Pennsylvania Gaming Regulator Renews Valley Forge Casino Resort License
The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board members chosen to renew Valley Forge Casino Resort’s gaming license wednesday. The venue is found in Upper Merion, Montgomery County.
The seven board people voted unanimously in favor of the renewal, pointing away that Valley Forge Convention Center Partners LP, the gambling operator in charge of the casino, had fulfilled the terms of its initial permit. This is why the casino business had been given another three-year permit.
Valley Forge first received permission to work the Montgomery County gambling location last year. The casino started doorways in March 2012.
To make its ultimate decision, their state gambling regulator held two general public hearings. The first one took place in Upper Merion some time ago. The latter was held yesterday in Harrisburg and board people questioned casino staff, local officials, people of local community, along with Pennsylvania cops and gambling officials during it.
All of them were given the opportunity to provide their testimony in regards to the real method the casino is operated as well as about the effect it offers on the Upper Merion community in addition to on the state in general.
As stated above Valley Forge Casino Resort exposed doors for visitors back in March 2012. Since its launch, it has created revenue that is gross of than $340 million from both table games and slots featured during the place. And it has contributed a little less than $140 million in gaming fees to Pennsylvania.