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Butler gets extension for tribal casino management

Kansas City Star,  Tuesday, March 27, 2007 at 7:17:52 AM

Olathe-based Butler National Corp. said officials have approved a management agreement between a subsidiary and the Miami and Modoc tribes to operate the Stables Casino in Miami, Okla.

The five-year contract extension by the National Indian Gaming Commission will keep Butler National Service Corp. in place as manager into 2013, the company said Monday.

The Stables, just off Interstate 44 west of Joplin, Mo., opened in 1998.

The tribal casino offers more than 400 slots, table games and off-track betting.

"Northeast Oklahoma has become a tourist destination with the help of Indian gaming," said Butler president and chief executive Clark Stewart. "Indian gaming continues to make significant contributions to the local community and the Oklahoma economy in terms of output, jobs and wages." the source
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