Louisiana Casino Developer Targeting Slidell Assists in Hurricane Ida Relief Effort
LOUISIANA CASINO DEVELOPER
Hurricane Ida has caused widespread devastation in the United States of America. Many individuals are unconditionally assisting and helping the affected. A Casino Developer who planned to build a $325 Million resort in Slidell, Los Angeles has decided to step in and assist Louisiana in the coastal relief efforts following the terrific Hurricane.
The Louisiana Casino Developer backed by Peninsula Pacific Entertainment who planned to build a resort in St. Tammany also assisted the Louisiana coast in relief work after the damage caused by Ida. Volunteers of the entertainment agency helped their hand out by providing a two-time meal site in St. Tammany Parish.
The Peninsula Pacific Entertainment operates casinos in New York and Lowa along with gaming parlors in Virginia. The entertainment agency also operated on the Louisiana coast. The Diamond Jacks Casino in Bossier City was operated by the agency. The company had permanently closed its operations following the coronavirus pandemic.
The Peninsula Pacific Entertainment has decided to resume its operations by relocating its Louisiana gaming license from Bossier City to Slidell in Los Angeles. Slidell is prominently a bigger market for gamblers than Louisiana. Hence, Slidell is more attractive for the agency to operate. The decision will be taken after the elections scheduled this year. The Parish voters will truly determine the fate of a $325 million casino at the Slidell in Los Angeles.
Louisiana Casino Developer Relief
The volunteers of Louisiana Casino Developer Peninsula Pacific Entertainment in collaboration with Louisiana Coastal Relief and Recovery provided over 33,000 meals and thousands of water bottles to the people affected in the area aftermath of Hurricane Ida.
Louisiana Casino Developer Slidell Benefits
The Peninsula Pacific Entertainment has demonstrated a brief community service steward operation which would yield positive results for them. If the election will result into a victory for Camelia Bay, the resort will fully begin their operations and employ a workforce of around 1,000 people.
Peninsula Pacific Entertainment has also planned to build a $30 million community athletic center near the Camelia Bay resort site on the Lakeshore of Marina. This will also result in a positive outcome given the upcoming elections.
The highlight of community service by the group is the ambitious infrastructure project of a Ring Levee for the town. In wake of the Hurricane, the construction of a levee will gain tremendous attention and response from the public. The time and elections will only decide the fate of the $325 Million casino.