Four companies vie to build casino in Terre Haute, Indiana

The Indiana Gaming Commission will examine the applications and set a date for choosing an applicant. 
The Indiana Gaming Commission will examine the applications and set a date for choosing an applicant. 

Churchill Downs, Hard Rock, Full House Resorts Inc. and Premier Gaming Group, submitted applications to state commissioners.

United States.- Four companies hope to get the license to build a casino in Terre Haute, in Vigo County, in the state of Indiana. Churchill Downs, Hard Rock, Full House Resorts Inc. and Premier Gaming Group are competing for this possibility. 

The Indiana Gaming Commission will examine the applications of each company and later set a date for choosing an applicant. 

Greg Small, executive director of the Gaming Commission, issued a statement that said: “We are very pleased with the level of interest in the Vigo County casino license and look forward to a competitive selection process.”

Small also said: “The work to evaluate these proposals begins immediately, with the goal of setting a commission meeting date for official action before the end of the year.”

The license to build a Terre Haute casino in Vigo County became available in June after the Indiana Gaming Commission unanimously declined to renew the license for Lucy Luck Gaming. The company has appealed the decision.

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