Executives from the Gaming Board recently got a first-hand look at the progress on the state-of-the-art Baha Mar Casino gaming floor, 100,000 square feet of high-end gaming excitement in the caribbean’s largest casino.
The following are several of the many issues in the country that the Bahamian people ought to be given answers to:
With an extensive background in both hotel management and casino operations, Paul V. Pusateri has been named chief operating officer of Baha Mar.
Few things in life are more stressful than not knowing what will become of your job. Casino employees are continuing to bemoan their uncertainty and stress about their future.
Every time a cruise ship docks in Bimini, the population of this tiny archipelago just 80 kilometres off the coast of Miami could nearly double. And not everyone is happy about that.
A well-known architect is “worried” about the $2.6 billion Baha Mar project’s prospects for success.
Former Las Vegas Sands Corp president Bill Weidner has been chosen to operate a new $3.5 billion gaming resort in The Bahamas.
A Malaysian conglomerate will take over operations at a luxury resort on Bimini and invest US$100 million in air and sea transportation to the tiny island.
The upcoming referendum is shamelessly flawed in the absence of the casino gambling question – in my view.