Mount Airy Casino Resort Announces 'Name-The-Slot-Room' Contest

In addition to prizes, winning entrant to be the first to play table games when they launch July 13

Jun 21, 2010, 16:18 ET from Mount Airy Casino Resort

MOUNT POCONO, Pa., June 21 /PRNewswire/ -- Mount Airy Casino Resort President and CEO George Toth announced today a contest to name the casino's new third-floor, entirely smoke-free slot room.  The new room will officially open Thursday, July 1, at noon with a ribbon cutting ceremony to welcome guests to the smoke free environment that will feature 275 slot machines and full cocktail service.

The games will range from penny machines to $25.

"We want to ensure all of our customers feel welcome here at Mount Airy Casino Resort, including those who prefer to play in an area completely free from second-hand smoke," Mr. Toth said. "When we were pondering what to name this beautiful new gaming area that overlooks our lake and golf course, we decided that we'd let our customers submit suggestions and decide for us."

The winning entrant will receive an overnight stay and dinner for two at Mount Airy's fine dining establishments, Le Sorelle Cucina or red Steakhouse. In addition, they will be invited to be among the first to play their table game of choice when they launch Tuesday, July 13th, at the resort.

The deadline to submit suggestions is Friday, June 25th at noon (EDT). Entrants can email their entries to Please include contact name and numbers. You must be 21 to enter.

"We are very pleased to offer an entirely smoke-free gaming option beginning July 1st," Mr. Toth added. "In addition to an incomparable casino gaming experience, guests can take in a breath-taking setting and ambiance our competitors simply can't match."


Located 75 minutes from New York City, set in the serene and picturesque Pocono Mountains, Mount Airy Casino Resort offers guests the ultimate experience in casino gaming, golf, outdoor activities, entertainment, five restaurants, lavish guest rooms and deluxe suites. The property also boasts a state-of-the-art spa, salon and fitness center. The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board has approved Mount Airy Casino Resort's petition for table games at the travel destination. Poker, blackjack and other table games will be in place by the summer. For more information, visit  


John McCook


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