Columbus Casino Already Making Waves
It’s no secret that Indiana is embracing a surge in gambling with its recent approval of creating four top-notch casinos to the market. There are four major cities in the are that are set to build the casinos and one of the premiere locations gave residents a sneak peek this past week. Columbus’ casino was featured and proved to be a sight for various gamblers to enjoy. It is a blast from the past and the décor focuses on Hollywood’s Golden Age of film. If you want a luxurious and lush looking casino that screams decadence and posh riches, then this could be the best casino for you. It is decorated with a classic 1930s theme to it and you’ll expect to see members of the brat pack come around the corner when you are gambling there.
The casino is set to be built in southern Indiana and it is the largest riverboat casino in the states. That means that operators should expect to build up a gambling hub for the residents, and hopefully for visitors from other countries. No longer is Las Vegas the only center of gaming, or Atlantic City for that matter. Now states around the country are looking to bring in gambling as a means of generating revenue. They are hoping that the billion-dollar business will be good to them and allow them to build up the revenue they need to shore up state coffers. Post recession states are all suffering and looking for ways to manage. The deficits are huge and gambling seems to be one of few ways to generate the millions needed to overcome financial distress.
If you visit the new Columbus Casino you are going to be part of a huge space—300,000 square feet or five football fields in length. That is huge and it is enough to accommodate 3,200 slots games, a forty-one table poker room and eighty-eight other table games. It’s a great tourist attraction for other states too. Not only are residents of Indiana excited but so are all states in the near areas. It is a casino that most likely will take over the gaming world in its area.