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Valley Forge Casino Resort now set to open in the spring


Philadelphia Inquirer,  Tuesday, September 13, 2011 at 1:39:34 PM

The proposed Valley Forge Casino Resort in Montgomery County was deemed enough of a competitive threat that the owner of local gambling power Parx challenged its specialized state license in court - a process that stalled construction for two years.

That's all ancient history, say Valley Forge's backers, who announced Monday that construction was now proceeding nicely and that the new venue - the region's fourth casino - would debut in the spring. That's when patrons will be able to gamble there as long as they stay the night or spend at least $10 at the Valley Forge Convention Center's other amenities, including its restaurants and retail shops.


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