(DODGE CITY, Kan.)
Only a day after the doors opened and hours after Kansas Governor Mark Parkinson cut the ceremonial ribbon, people are already looking at what's next for Dodge City's Boot Hill Casino and Resort.
That's because there's a part of that title that's still to come. "It turns then into a destination facility which is the ultimate goal," explains Jeff Thorpe, Pres. Boot Hill Gaming.
The casino is only one piece of the overall plan. The construction site, only feet from the casino, will be a $41 million events center and arena. On the other side of the building, the future home of the casino's hotel.