Board backs license for Aliante Station

Knightly, Arnold
October 2008
Las Vegas Business Press (10712186);10/20/2008, Vol. 25 Issue 42, p16
The article reports that the Gaming Control Board had voted to recommend licensing of the Aliante Station hotel-casino, which is scheduled to open in North Las Vegas, Nevada, on November 11, 2008. It notes that gaming company Station Casinos will have approximately 1,000 employees working at the hotel-casino. Randall Sayre, control board member, expressed confidence that the company will be able to succeed with the property despite the troubled economy.


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