According to a recent report by the British Columbia Lottery Company, both Chance Casino and Cascade Casino in Camloops are enjoying life now and performing quite well. Greg Walker, director of public affairs for the Royal British Agency, said the two casinos in Camloops were able to recover from last year’s closure. 카지노
Like most companies, the casino industry has been seriously hurt by the emergence of unprecedented conditions. All land-based gaming properties in British Columbia have been largely closed over the past year and a half. We officially stopped working in March 2020 and were able to start working again this summer.
At the recent City Council meeting, The Crown’s public affairs director, Mr Walker noted that both casino properties in Camloop are very well run. He says not only are they doing well financially, but all the employees seem to be in a good mood. He is very happy for his employees to return to work, and he believes it can be seen.
After the local order on October 25, 2021, casinos in the province will be able to welcome guests to their heart’s content, but they will have to provide proof of full vaccination to enter, and Crown will still have to wear masks inside the property and maintain social distance between them.
Mr Walker also added that with the reopening of casinos on July 1, it is good for customers to still show great interest in gambling. According to him, lines formed outside the facility when they resumed business. It also added that the two properties in Kamloops are performing quite well in terms of revenue.
Mayor Ken Christian said the casino’s successful rebound in BC was tremendous news for the city and the province. He says having as many two operating gaming facilities in B.C. as possible is great because it can now help local community groups and nonprofits pay for revenue.
Previously, Peter Tsigaris, an economist at Thompson Rivers University, conducted a study on the impact of BCLC on Kamloops. And research shows Crown has contributed more than C$2.2 to the local economy over a 35-year run. In fiscal 2019-20 alone, Crown delivered an impressive C$73 million to Camloops, or 1% of the city’s annual gross domestic product.
In late November, BCLC announced that it would implement new health and safety measures for its employees. Starting November 22, 2021, employees must present proof of full vaccination to enter the premises. As such, Crown aims to provide a safe working environment when employees return to local offices.