The roll of the dice, the spin of the roulette wheel and the ching-ching of the slot machines in Las Vegas are being heard across the country with the announcement that the owner of Valley Forge Casino Resort is one of the top employers in “Sin City.”
Boyd Gaming Corporation ranked fourth in a recent study curated by career website Zippia, which relies on a data-based approach to determine the best companies to work for, ensuring consistency with employee sentiment, according to Zippia’s marketing strategist Drew Walters, writes Gary Puleo in The Times Herald.
Boyd Gaming Corp. purchased the local casino, the first casino property in Pennsylvania, for $280.5 million.
David Strow, spokesman for Boyd, said he saw a lot of long term potential in the King of Prussia location.
“I’ve heard fabulous things about the King of Prussia area, and with the presence of Valley Forge National Historical Park, there are a lot of things drawing people to that area. Pennsylvania has emerged over the last several years to become one of the largest gaming markets in the United States,” Strow added. “It’s one of the areas where we didn’t have a presence before, so we’re very excited about the opportunity to get into the Pennsylvania market.”
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