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Boot Hill Casino Not Worried About Competition

KSCB News - December 19, 2011 8:16 am

Officials with the first state-owned
casino in Kansas say they’re not worried about competition from
state’s second, which is scheduled to open the day after Christmas
south of Wichita.
Representatives of Boot Hill Casino and Resort in Dodge City say
the Kansas Star Casino in Mulvane will pull gamblers from Oklahoma
and drive tourism into Kansas, rather than hurt the Western-themed
Boot Hill facility.
Officials with the Kansas Lottery, which owns and operates the
casinos, say they are pleased with how the 2-year-old southwest
Kansas casino has performed so far.
Lottery gaming facilities director Keith Kocher said there’s no way to tell how the Mulvane casino will
affect traffic at Boot Hill, but he says it could be an interesting
year.

 

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