Cripple Creek Casinos to provide Alcohol 24 Hours a Day
Later on Wednesday, Cripple Creek officials offered their approval for seven of all nine casinos within the city become permitted to serve alcoholic beverages 24 hours per day.
Following latest announcements, Mayor Bruce Brown said they would do what is necessary in order to boost regional economy and contribute to the community’s well-being. Cripple Creek is not the place that is only Colorado where alcohol will be served around the clock. Last thirty days, two regarding the Ebony Hawk’s casinos were given the green light to offer liquor 24/7. The service was were only available in the start of July.
Based on Robert Runco, a lawyer for the so-called Cripple Creek Casino Association, Midnight Rose, McGill’s Hotel & Casino, and The Brass Ass, or the 3 properties that comprise the Triple Crown Casinos, along with Century Casino are to start offering liquor around the clock on Friday. Wildwood Casino, dual Eagle Hotel & Casino, and Bronco Billy’s need to await a while as specific documents hurdles have to be cleared. The latter properties might be permitted to start serving liquor 24/7 in just a week.
Although Cripple Creek’s casinos run 24 hours a day, the area association has previously voiced issues that business is slumping after 2 am. This is why the alcohol measure had been introduced.
Most of the time, most of the town’s gambling venues welcomed the alteration. Kevin Werner, General Manager and Vice President of Wildwood Casino, commented that the town’s gambling industry has been decreasing for days gone by many years. Continue reading “Cripple Creek Casinos to provide Alcohol 24 Hours a Day”