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Thursday, January 12, 2012

Hollywood Casino Aurora Revenue Shrinks Again



Revenue at Hollywood Casino in Aurora continues to shrink, according to new information released by the Illinois Gaming Board.

Gross receipts went from $181.2 million in 2010 to $173.2 million in 2011, a drop of $8 million.

Aurora gets $10.5 million and the State of Illinois gets $48.89 million.

The new casino in Des Plaines had $177 million in revenue in 2011.

Elgin's Grand Victoria had $256 million in revenue and Joliet's Harrah's Casino had $223 million, with both having decreases.

Overall, mostly due to Des Plaines, statewide gross receipts increased by $103 million to almost $1.5 billion, generating about $400 million for the state in taxes.

Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel and Gov. Pat Quinn both support a casino for Chicago, which would further negatively impact Aurora.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Des Plaines, Chicago casinos....Aurora FUCKED again by the lieing DEMOCRATS. Keep voting for them you dupes.

Anonymous said...

The casino profits are down no thanks to the dumbasses downstate who pass those tax-increases and the no smoking regulations..Our state government is the worst in this country..they are so clueless! and how many more new casinos do we need in Illinios?

Anonymous said...

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SO WHAT?

The money was to go for the revitalization of river town commercial districts.

How do you like the Aurora downtown so far?

We have received about 200 million dollars so far. Where did it go?
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