Penn National Gaming

Miller, Matthew
January 2007
Forbes Asia;1/29/2007, Vol. 3 Issue 2, p54
This article profiles Penn National Gaming as one of the best managed companis in the U.S. The glitz and glamour of gambling might be in Las Vegas or Monte Carlo, but the real scratch is made on the slots--no matter where they are. Just ask the bosses at Penn National Gaming, which operates 21,000 slot machines at 16 casinos, racetracks and off-site betting centers in several states.


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