Parx Casino Case Study

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Parx casino located at 2999 Street Road in Bensalem Township is that largest casino in Pennsylvania. Greenwood Gaming & Entertainment, Inc. purchased the racetrack and original building located at 3001 Street Road in December 1990. The facilities new owners added simulcasting horse racing and six Turf Clubs, which currently operate seven days a week within the state. Parx boast over 200,000 square feet of gaming; 35000 slot machines; 130 live table games; a premier poker room with 80 poker tables that are located on the third floor of the original racetrack-Parx East. Parx East is a 280,000 square foot five story facility. Parx is in the final stages of unveiling a 1500 capacity amphitheater circa 2017. Both buildings have designated smoking and non-smoking areas and offer complete handicapped accessibility. There is free parking for over 5,000 vehicles on the four hundred acres of land the casino owns. Parx …show more content…
Upon Fire Command receiving the alarm, they will acknowledge via radio, where the Security Shift Manager reports to Fire Command in order to establish an Incident Command until relieved by the fire department. Evacuation notifications must be made to the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board (PGCB) Senior Agent, the Pennsylvania State Police, and the Direct of Security. The staging locations are designated outside the building a various locations throughout the parking lots. Any reasonable request concerning safety must be vetted via the Pennsylvania State Police in conjunction with the PGCB, casino stakeholders. Parx generates massive amounts of revenue per day; therefore, any type of closing regardless of the length of time, cost the state and the casino an exuberant amount of money. The PGCB estimates each slot machine generates four hundred dollars in revenue per day for Parx. There are over thirty-five hundred machines inside

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