(PRESS RELEASE) -- Penn National Gaming, Inc. today announced that 37 of its 41 gaming and racing properties have resumed operations, representing approximately 90 percent of the Company’s regional gaming and racing portfolio in 17 of the 19 states in which it operates. The most recent property reopenings include Plainridge Park Casino
in Massachusetts which reopened on 8 July and Hollywood Casino Hotel & Raceway
in Bangor, Maine, which is reopening today.
“With the reopening of our casinos in Massachusetts and Maine this week, 90 percent of our industry-leading regional gaming footprint has now resumed operations,” said Jay Snowden, President and Chief Executive Officer for Penn National. “Our property and Corporate management teams have worked diligently with our regulators and local and state public health officials to create a safe environment in our properties that protects our team members and our guests, while continuing to highlight the entertainment experience our guests have come to know and enjoy. We look forward to the reopening of all 41 of our properties nationwide in the coming weeks.”