Sunday, May 13, 2012

Horseshoe casino cleveland

  • CLEVELAND -- The opening of the first of four Ohio casinos will test the promise of new jobs, a tax windfall and urban revival in the heart of the Rust Belt.
  • (WKYC)
  • With all the hype surrounding the opening of the Horseshoe Casino Cleveland, lost in the mix is the fact that this is just the first phase of owner Dan Gilbert's casino dream for downtown. "Phase II is definitely happening," said Gilbert.
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  • CLEVELAND — Three years in the making, Cleveland's new Horseshoe Casino is about to officially open. The Grand Opening may affect commuters, whether they plan on gambling or not.
  • (Cleveland News - Fox 8)
  • Public Square will look more like a three-ring circus on Monday, with the opening of the new Horseshoe Casino Cleveland. Starting Sunday, South Roadway between West Superior Avenue and Ontario Street will be closed in front of Tower City.
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  • is opening Ohios first new casino -- in Cleveland. The $350-million Horseshoe Casino Cleveland opens at 9:30 p.m. Monday in the citys old Higbees department store.
  • (Detroit Free Press)
  • CLEVELAND, Ohio -- The staff at PDQ headquarters would like to officially welcome the Horseshoe Casino to Cleveland.
  • (Cleveland Plain Dealer)
  • There will be no celebrating at the craps table for Glover at Horseshoe Casino Cleveland where he is senior vice president and GM. Glover is barred from betting there or at other casinos owned by parent company Caesars Entertainment.
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  • Thirty-seven-year-old Marcus Glover arrived at Horseshoe Casino Cleveland with nine years of experience in the business. He was a management consultant before getting into casino work.
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  • Are you ready to double down? Those at the Horseshoe Casino in downtown Cleveland, including Cavaliers owner Dan Gilbert, are betting you are.
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  • Horseshoe Casino Cleveland is being developed by Rock Ohio Caesars LLC, a joint venture partnership between Rock Gaming LLC and Caesars Entertainment Corporation.
  • (Cleveland Jewish News)

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