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Mount Airy Casino Rolls Out its New Asian Gaming Room
The roll out of casino table games in the state of Pennsylvania this coming summer will also bring a new group of visitors and numerous chances for the Mount Airy casino facility. Chief Executive Officer Lisa DeNaples said on May 10th, 2010 that the market for Asian gamblers is growing at an unbelievable pace and they usually play certain casino games compared with playing slot machines.
Mount Airy will offer games like mini-baccarat and baccarat, which Asian gamers like from Mainland China, Macau and Hong Kong, enjoy playing compared with other standard casino fares. Well-known interior designer Marcella Ravell and Betty Ann DeNaples are the design team of the casino.
DeNaples and Ravell both just returned from a successful trip to New York City's Chinatown area, where they hunt for fabrics and patterns that will look good for their new Asian-themed gambling room. The number of Asian players that Mount Airy can lure in is significant enough because of the casino's closeness to New York and New York, where a lot of Asians are living in.
Lisa DeNaples added that it is an important market because mini-baccarat, baccarat and other Asian-themed casino games like Pai Gow is their past time. The facility is doing everything in its power to make sure that Asian gamers will have a good time at the casino. It also hired two Asian gamer development hosts who are fluent in the players' languages.
Part of the establishment's buffet area will also be converted into a noodle bar with Asian chefs. The noodle bar will be constructed near the Asian gambling room. The room's design will also feature cranes and dragons, which are considered to be very lucky symbols in Asian culture.
Mount Airy also hired seasoned baccarat casino dealers from Connecticut and Atlantic City gaming rooms. Majority of the supervisors will also be fluent in Chinese and Vietnamese languages. Lisa DeNaples said that they hope that these changes will increase the number of their Asian gamers compared in 2009.
Monday, July 26, 2010