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Cannery Casino Resorts

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Website  cannerycasinos.com
Owner  Boyd Gaming
Number of locations  2
Subsidiaries  Nevada Palace, LLC
Headquarters  Spring Valley
Founded  2001
Defunct  1 December 2016
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Fate  merged with Boyd Gaming
Founder  William Wortman and William Paulos
Key people  William Wortman and William Paulos

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Cannery Casino Resorts is a Spring Valley, Nevada based gaming business that develops and manages hotels and casinos across the country. CCR is owned by Boyd Gaming.

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History

Cannery Casino Resorts was established in 2001 by Millennium Gaming, which was founded by William Wortman and William Paulos.

In 2002, CCR took control of the Regent Casino in Summerlin and, after remodeling, rebranded it as Rampart Casino.

In 2005, Oaktree Capital Management agreed to buy 33 percent of the company. With the funds injected, Wortman was able to buy out two minority partners in the Nevada Palace casino, which was placed under the Cannery umbrella.

Wortman bought a 20 percent stake in the Rockingham Park racetrack in New Hampshire in 2005, and Cannery obtained an option to buy the park outright. The company led an unsuccessful lobbying effort to legalize casinos in New Hampshire, and proposed a $450 million expansion of the park with up to 5,000 slot machines.

Oaktree funding also enabled CCR to buy The Meadows, a harness racetrack near Pittsburgh, in November 2006 from Magna Entertainment for $200 million. Oaktree's stake in the company increased to 42% as part of the deal. A temporary casino at the racetrack was opened in June 2007, and the permanent facility opened in April 2009.

In December 2007, Australian gaming company Crown Limited agreed to buy CCR for $1.75 billion. The agreement was ended in March 2009, however, with Crown instead buying a 24.5 percent stake in the company for $370 million, and paying a $50 million termination fee.

Eastside Cannery Casino and Hotel opened on the site of the Nevada Palace in August 2008.

Cannery's lease of the Rampart Casino expires in March 2012, and the casino's owner, Hotspur Resorts, decided to manage the casino itself, instead of renewing the agreement.

In May 2014, Cannery agreed to sell The Meadows to Gaming and Leisure Properties for $465 million, with the proceeds to go towards reducing company debt.

Boyd Gaming in purchased Cannery in December 2016 for $230 million.

Owned

  • Cannery Casino and Hotel
  • Eastside Cannery Casino and Hotel
  • Former

  • Rampart Casino
  • The Meadows Racetrack and Casino
  • References

    Cannery Casino Resorts Wikipedia


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