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Raising the stakes: Gaming experience improved, charities gain14May
Raising the stakes: Gaming experience improved, charities gain
Longtime customers at Seabrook Greyhound Park say they like the changes being made there. “It’s a lot cleaner. It’s well groomed … The food is very good,” Dan Septelka of Exeter said. Septelka loves the thrill of betting on horses at the casino and says he enjoys spending time there, especially on a wet and lousy day. Other customers at the casino agree, pointing out the improvements. CEO Andre Carrier of Eureka Casino Resort couldn’t be more pleased.
New owners betting on success at Seabrook Park03May
New owners betting on success at Seabrook Park
When horses break from the gate at Churchill Downs on Saturday, those who can’t get to the 145th running of the Kentucky Derby can view the “Run for the Roses” at the newly renovated Greyhound Casino and Tavern at Seabrook Park.“Yes, we did build it in 47 days,” said 38-year-old Andre Carrier, chief operating officer of Nevada-based Eureka Casino Resorts, which purchased the old dog track in January. “Saturday will be great here.”
Future is bright in New Hampshire as Eureka Casino Resort steps in03Apr
Future is bright in New Hampshire as Eureka Casino Resort steps in
“We were looking to diversify by industry and by geography, and when you do that you look at places where you are comfortable and where you have a sense for the marketplace,” explained Carrier, who grew up between Southeastern Massachusetts and the White Mountains in New Hampshire. Lee went to high school at St. Paul’s in nearby Concord, N.H. and graduated from Harvard. “So, naturally one of the places you’re going to look is home, and that's what we did.
Sports Betting Bill Soars Through NH House22Mar
Sports Betting Bill Soars Through NH House
State appears on its way to becoming second in New England to allow gambling on professional, most major college events.
Rising Star Sports Resort in Mesquite Offers Total Immersion in Sports Camp
There’s no casino at Rising Star. No entertainers or headliners. No nightclub. But there are ballfields, basketball courts, horseshoe pits, batting cages, a putting green, volleyball and pickleball courts and a swimming pool and hot tub.
Seabrook Greyhound park owner describes vision for employee-owned casino06Mar
Seabrook Greyhound park owner describes vision for employee-owned casino
When Andre Carrier walks around the 95,000-square-foot facility on 75 acres of land he recently purchased in Seabrook, he envisions large charitable gaming events to raise money for local causes and an entertainment destination for people who like to gamble.
Eureka Casino Donates $50,000 to victims fund, sets local fundraiser
The Eureka Casino Resort in Mesquite is donating $50,000 to support the victims and their families of the Las Vegas shooting that happened Sunday, Oct. 1. As Nevada’s only employee-owned resort casino, the company holds service to its community among its core values.
Bill to legalize sports betting in N.H. gaining momentum27Feb
Bill to legalize sports betting in N.H. gaining momentum
Eight months after the U.S. Supreme Court opened the door for states to legalize sports betting, New Hampshire is taking the gamble. In his budget address earlier this month, Gov. Chris Sununu voiced his support for legislation that would make betting on sports games legal under the supervision of the state’s lottery commission. The bill’s leading sponsor, Rep. Timothy Lang of Sanbornton, said it was a pleasant surprise to “hear the shout-out from the governor.”
Fortune Magazine Names Eureka Top 100 Workplaces
Fortune Magazine compiles the list annually with their research partner, Great Place To Work, and examines businesses with employees between 100 and 999 for the Top 100 Medium Workplaces category.
Casino company plans updates at Seabrook Greyhound Park01Feb
Casino company plans updates at Seabrook Greyhound Park
After nearly 50 years of family ownership, the Seabrook Greyhound Park has changed hands. The new owner, Eureka Casino Resort...
Employee-owned Nevada casino buys Seabrook Greyhound Park31Jan
Employee-owned Nevada casino buys Seabrook Greyhound Park
The Seabrook Greyhound Park is being sold to Eureka Casino Resort, a Nevada-based resort casino company. The purchase was announced T...
Seabrook Greyhound Park sold to Nevada casino co.31Jan
Seabrook Greyhound Park sold to Nevada casino co.
A Nevada-based resort company has bought Seabrook Greyhound Park, saying it hopes to transform the former dog track into the region’s...
100% Employee-Owned Resort Casino Company Buys Seabrook Greyhound Park31Jan
100% Employee-Owned Resort Casino Company Buys Seabrook Greyhound Park
Eureka Casino Resort, an established Nevada-based resort casino company, has purchased Seabrook Greyhound Park, a 75-acre property and...
Employees run the show at one mesquite casino
When we think of people who own casinos, we think of the larger-than-life figures – your Benny Binions, Howard Hughes or Kirk Kerkorians of the world. And there are stockholder-owned casinos: Wynn, Sands and MGM for instance. One casino in Nevada is doing things differently. Click here to read and hear KNPR's State of Nevada interview.
“We are excited to bring the opportunity for employee ownership to this legacy business. We look forward to bringing our corporate culture, and our desire to meet and exceed the expectations of our guests and the communities we serve, to New Hampshire,”
- Greg Lee, Chairman, Eureka Casinos.
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