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High Rollers Avoiding Caesars/Harrah's

By Chuckmonster on Wednesday, 15th June 2005 10:01pm
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The prospect that Harrah's Entertainment will assimilate Caesars Palace and turn it into another Harrah's casino has been keeping some loyal high rollers away, even though plans for the property so far are little more than informed speculation.

Shirley Marx, a widowed Chicago businesswoman, said she has been sampling other properties for the past year, despite her 25-year history as a loyal Caesars Palace customer.

"I think they're going to change. It may be a whole different thing and I don't like Harrah's here in Indiana. But then I don't like riverboats," she said.

She's been trying the likes of The Venetian and Wynn Las Vegas. But she is coming back to try out Caesars in August for the first time in a year.

Marx said that while she liked the other properties and was flattered at being invited by developer Steve Wynn to the opening of his $2.7 billion resort, she'll return to Caesars Palace as a loyal customer as long it is not turned into another Harrah's casino.



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