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Reader Polls Feedback for: February 5, through February 14, 2009

Answer our reader Poll, win 1 free $55+ Show ticket!   Each Reader Poll, the 3 best replies each week will receive one $55+ show ticket! The 3 winners will be selected by Richard Reed, IVLV owner.

With the rumor floating around about the upcoming bankruptcy of Station Casino’s this weeks’ Reader Poll asks the question . . . Do you have any problems gambling or staying in a casino that is operating under a Chapter 11 bankruptcy? What is your opinion? We want to hear from you!

PLEASE NOTE: The following text entries are the words of our readers
and may not be full sentences, correct grammar or correct spelling.

Reader Poll Replies:

I dont think it would bother me as long as someone pays me when I hit a jackpot.  Kevin T   Detroit MI

With all the companies going bankrupt throughout the world, it would not bother me or keep me away from visiting a casino that is operating under bankruptcy rules.  As a matter of fact it might be better.  Lori Smith   TX

My husband & I have no problem staying at a station casino. We have been staying at station casinos for over 10 years. We do not anticipate any problems even with the bankruptcy. They may have money problems but the staff is still made up of caring people who we believe will see that we have a a good stay there. We are scheduled for a week starting Feb 25th. We were actually at palace stattion the morning of sept 11 scheduled to fly home. They were awesome in rescheduling rooms etc.  Linda Soden Albany, NY

We're form NY and vacation every year in LV. We perfer staying downtown for the cheap rooms at the nugget, fitz, or 4Q's. to answer your question, my answer is no to both. People keep their cash in their pockets and if something were to go wrong, they can easily stay somewhere else. (EX) A couple of years ago we arrived a week after they abbrupty closed Binions. Those guest were asked to leave, and did. Also, the fire
at the Monte Carlo. Were on vacation and will seek other means if needed. james marx  schenectady, NY

I would fee alittle awkward to stay in a casino that is going or has gone bankrupt.  Ginger S.  FL



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