2008 July 31 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
Lissa Hood, right, was injured in a car crash hours after this photo was taken June 21 at All About Kids Day hosted by Dr.
The United States softball team has dominated the competition since softball became an Olympic event, and the women from the U.S. are heavy favorites to do so once again….
Bingo fees paid to the city and county have increased in the first quarter of 2008 compared with a year ago, and Abilene bingo parlors attribute the rise to the recent crackdown on eight-liner game rooms.
From regulars to first-time visitors, people go to casinos in search of entertainment and fun. Are the odds in your favor that the signs in your casino or gaming facility promote such an atmosphere? Now more than ever before, consumers are searching for different types of entertainment, and casinos and gaming facilities have a prime opportunity to “cash in” on drawing in new patrons based on the …
Kids at the West Des Moines Public Library played bug bingo on July 24.
Arizonans evidently aren’t turning to gambling in search of prosperity in tough economic times.
The Brookhaven Exchange Club Fair’s bingo games are one of the biggest fundraisers for the club during the annual event, and the games have only one master.
Kewadin Casinos are cutting staff and trimming expenses. Thursday, July 31, 2008 at 2:39 p.m. SAULT STE. MARIE — An Upper Michigan casino operator is cutting staff and trimming expenses.
The World Poker Tour continues to conquer various parts of the globe with their TV show, now invading India.