Casinos plan to rebuild on Gulf Coast

09/15/2005 | Philadelphia Inquirer, The

The nation's largest gambling companies said they are not giving up on the Gulf Coast region's $3 billion gaming industry and plan to rebuild their casinos that were damaged or destroyed by Hurricane Katrina. Speaking at a meeting in Las Vegas, leaders from companies including Harrah's Entertainment and MGM Mirage said insurance would cover most costs of the damage and would help rebuild new facilities.

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