In New Hampshire and the owner of the Seabrook Greyhound Park has announced that the 75-acre property has been rebranded as The Brook following the completion of an extensive multi-million-dollar renovation project.
Eureka Casino Resorts used an official Thursday press release published by Casino City Times to declare that it purchased The Brook a year ago and subsequently completely remodeled the 90,000 sq ft venue in order to make it ‘America’s largest charity casino’.
The Stadium debut:
Headquartered in the Nevada city of Mesquite and fully owned by its employees, Eureka Casino Resorts revealed that the new-look The Brook now comes complete with a modern sportsbook and race viewing area is has christened as The Stadium. It stated that this attraction ‘offers stadium seating on couches and movie theater-style chairs’ where customers can watch simulcast sporting action from across the country via a selection of over 150 televisions and a trio of ‘cinema-size 4K video displays.’
Eureka Casino Resorts is moreover responsible for Nevada’s Eureka Casino Resort while its Chief Executive Officer, Andre Carrier, used the press release to proclaim that the premiere of The Stadium attraction is destined to transform The Brook into ‘the premier destination on the seacoast for watch parties and date nights plus group and corporate events.’ He detailed that the New Hampshire property now features gaming tables offering a selection of blackjack, roulette and poker action as well as a vintage arcade complete with an assortment of retro pinball and video games.
Read a statement from Carrier…
“Sometimes you are out to do good and sometimes you are out for good fun. The Brook gives you a beautiful and exciting place to do both. New Hampshire has had charity casinos for years but it has never had a true ‘casino experience.’ The Brook changes all of that.”
Cajun Stud commitment:
As if all of this wasn’t enough, Eureka Casino Resorts pronounced that The Brook is now the only venue in New Hampshire to offer Cajun Stud from Galaxy Gaming and is set to direct a massive 35% of its gaming revenues to a variety of local charitable organizations.