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Kansas company picked for casino in Ford County
Friday, September 26, 2008 at 6:33:19 PM
Topeka, Kansas -- An Olathe company that is relying heavily on Wall Street investment bank Merrill Lynch for its financing won a contract Friday to build and manage a Kansas-owned casino in Dodge City.
The Lottery Gaming Facility Review Board chose Butler National Service Corp. over Dodge City Resort and Gaming, a group of Kansas investors.
Butler National plans to build an $88 million complex that includes a 124-room hotel, operating as Boot Hill Casino and Resort. The company plans to open a casino with 575 slot machines and 10 gambling tables by September 2009 and the entire complex, in 2011.
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