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Seminole Tribe still interested in acquiring casino in Atlantic City


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The Seminole Tribe of Florida is still interested in a casino in Atlantic City, an executive said.

The tribe has been looking at acquiring the Revel Casino Resort. But the price has to be right and the facility's design has to be addressed, Hard Rock International President James Allen said.

"If the economics were right, then we would be interested," Allen said at the East Coast Gaming Congress, the Associated Press reported.

The tribe proposed a $465 million casino in Atlantic City but withdrew plans in September 2012, citing economic concerns.

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Hard Rock: Interested in Revel if price is right (AP 5/20)
Rumors of Revel sale addressed at gaming conference in Atlantic City (The Atlantic City Press 5/21)

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