Report: Nongaming amenities bringing people to casinos

03/18/2013 | Taunton Daily Gazette (Mass.)

Casino visitors are spending more and more on entertainment amenities, according to the "Bring It On Home: An Overview of Gaming Behavior in New England" report from the UMass Dartmouth Center for Policy Analysis. "The availability of table games, numerous non-gambling amenities, the physical attractiveness of the facilities and the general atmosphere of the facilities continue to differentiate New England's resort casino market from the convenience gambling market," according to the report.

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