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Omaha Tribe Casino To Reopen In New Building

The Omaha Tribe-owned casino, located in Onawa, Iowa, south of Sioux City, was shut down by Missouri River flooding in June 2011. The tribe reopened in a portion of the old building about a year ago while the new casino was under construction. The new casino is next door to the old building, a portion of which will reopen in March as a bingo hall, marketing director Mike Krysl said. Its much like a phoenix rising out of the ashes, Krysl told the World-Herald .
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Casino plan pits economics versus environment

and 2 p.m. today, famed Hong Kong singer Johnny Ip Chun Tong will perform at Rams Head Center Stage , the Arundel Mills casino's music venue. "There's been a nice response," Norton said of the casino's string of events this past week to celebrate the Asian holiday. With gambling rapidly expanding in the United States and gambling markets becoming increasingly saturated, casino officials at Maryland Live and other venues around the country are constantly on the lookout for ways to draw in new and growing demographics, Norton said. Maryland Live has programs geared toward the Hispanic population, for African Americans and for other niche and minority groups. But going after the Asian market, especially in states like Maryland where the Asian population is expanding rapidly, is considered casino outreach 101, Norton said.
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Maryland's largest casino bets heavily on Asian community

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