What is needed to reposition an entire destination? All around the world destinations reach a mature life cycle and are forced to re-invent themselves due to increased global competition. This case study on Montenegro can provide an insight.
Atlantic City has faced unprecedented challenges in 2010; four consecutive years of declining total gaming revenue and regional gaming supply that continues to ramp-up. Changes are ahead, as the New Jersey legislature considers options.
Although the Las Vegas market has historically weathered periods of economic decline and downturns in visitation and is beginning to show signs of improvement, the rate and extent of a future recovery are uncertain at this time.
Atlantic City faces many challenges ahead. This article examines the visitation and revenues trends for Atlantic City and summarizes major developments occurring in 2010 and beyond, including the Pennsylvania table games.
Seller financing is becoming more prevalent in hotel real estate transactions. This analysis outlines contemporary thinking on seller financing while illustrating its impact on value in a hypothetical case study.
The impact of the downturn in the national and worldwide economies, and the resulting decrease in consumer consumption, was strongly felt by the Las Vegas gaming-tourism industry in 2009. Has the bottom been reached?
The effects of the challenging economic conditions in 2008 on major gaming markets, as well as other significant events and developments impacting these markets, are briefly summarized in this article.
This paper considers the performance and relative competitive positioning of the eight current New York racinos, the initial impact the addition of VLT gaming has had upon host racetracks, and implications for further study.