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Tribes in Arizona post 7.6 percent boost in gaming revenues

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Casino Arizona in Scottsdale, Arizona. Photo Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community.

Tribes in Arizona are seeing revenues rebound at their gaming facilities, according to Casino City’s Indian Gaming Industry Report.

Revenues were $1.76 billion in in 2011, a 7.3 percent jump from the year prior, the report said.

“Slowly but surely the economy is coming back around,” Valerie Spicer, the executive director for the Arizona Indian Gaming Association, told Cronkite News.

2011 was the second year in a row that tribal gaming revenues grew in Arizona.

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Report: As economy bounced back, so did Indian casino revenues (Cronkite News 3/22)

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