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Hanover Casino Renovations to be Completed by December
Gateway is a company that always has its fingers in a lot of pies when it comes to expanding its casino empire. All across Canada developments are happening to improve and enhance some of the nation’s casinos, and much of this is being done under the radar. One of the most recent renovations to take place is the Gateway revamp of its Hanover Casino and 275 Fifth Street.
These days there are a lot of benefits to casino refits, and it is pretty clear that this one is going to be big business for Hanover and the whole Ontario area. Gateway Casinos announced the Hanover expansion back in February of this year, and it seems like work is starting to near completion now. This is a project that has been in the works for some time now, and it is an important addition to Hanover.
The casinos will offer an excellent chance for Gateway’s restaurant and bar franchises to become more popular and successful. The site will see the casino house MATCH Eatery & Public House and The Buffet, both of which are going to help benefit customers and give them some amazing refreshments to enjoy.
Hanover Mayor Sue Paterson seemed very excited about the project, and its prospects for Hanover as a town. She said, “On behalf of the council, we are equally excited about Gateway’s plans for Hanover. We believe they couldn’t have picked a better community in which to invest C$18 million.”
It has been a busy year for Gateway, with fingers in a lot of pies, and plenty of projects to choose from. Their portfolio has increased significantly over the past year, with the casino giants also expanding its reach across Canada. Gateway has also promoted responsible gambling across Canada, which has had a positive impact on the way gamblers are treated province to province.