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Coconut Creek casino to reveal new look next week


South Florida Sun-Sentinel,  Wednesday, April 4, 2007 at 10:32:21 AM

The Seminole Casino Coconut Creek will debut its $32 million facelift next week, the first phase of plans to transform the gambling site into a destination resort.

The Tuesday unveiling comes as the casino prepares for competition in northern Broward County with The Isle Casino & Racing at Pompano Park, formerly Pompano Park Harness Track. The Pompano Park casino could open with 1,500 Las Vegas-style slot machines as early as next week if it passes state inspection today.

Since opening in 2000, the Seminole Casino Coconut Creek has been a sturdy, but unspectacular, venue with bingo-style slot machines and poker.



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