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South Mississippi to Get Another Casino
Casino brands, big and small, are always looking to expand. They can do so in their home states, neighboring states, or abroad if they have the influence to do so. South Beach in Mississippi could be getting another casino.
The South Beach Casino and Resort is the project in question and it may yet be the 13th casino in the south of Mississippi. The project has gone forward to the Mississippi Gaming Commission. The commission will have the final say in the site approval which is just one step in making the project come true.
South Beach Could Get Another Casino Venue
New casinos are being built around the globe. The commission is usually the regulatory body that decides which projects come to life and which ones don’t. Once a project is approved, the project will need to go further down the road of completion.
The company or companies behind the project need to find the appropriate workforce to make the project happen. This is usually done by tapping into the local workforce. Once the project or casino and resort is built, then the local workforce would also need to fill various job positions to make the casino and resort come to life.
The proposed casino in South Beach will offer 40,000 square feet of space dedicated to casino entertainment. This kind of space will offer 6 poker tables, 25 table games as well as 1,100 slot machines for casino fans. Restaurants and hotel rooms will also be part of the project as these are the regulations that the project needs to offer to get approval from the Mississippi Gaming Commission.
If the South Beach Casino and Resort are approved then it will go to the next step of the process of being approved again so it can be turned from an idea to reality. Furthermore, if the project is approved it will benefit all the parties included in it. The state will get its share of taxes, the company behind it will get the exposure it needs and locals will get more jobs which is a plus for the community.
A proposed South Beach Casino and Resort is awaiting approval from the Mississippi Gaming Commission. This could be the 13th casino in South Mississippi and if this goes well, this will be another hub for casino fans in the state and a boost to the economy of the region. In other words, a win-win situation.