Kehl Management May Be Interested In Running Woodbury Casino
Date posted - July 13, 2012
Riverside, Iowa — The CEO of the company that runs the Grand Falls Casino in Larchwood has been quoted as saying his company may be interested in a proposal for a land-based casino in Woodbury County.
According to the Sioux City Journal, Dan Kehl, CEO of Kehl Management — the company that owns both Grand Falls and Riverside Casino and Resort in Riverside — has said that the company is interested in taking a look at it.
The company that owns the Argosy Casino in Sioux City — Penn National Gaming Company — has been in contract disputes with the nonprofit license-holder, Missouri River Historical Development on a long-term deal that would include an onshore facility. Growing frustrated by the months of failed talks between the two, the Iowa Racing and Gaming Commission voted to accept applications from any gaming operators or nonprofit groups for a land-based casino in Woodbury County.
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