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Paragon Casino Resort honored

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ALEXANDRIA, La. (KALB News Channel 5) - Paragon Casino Resort received a special recognition Saturday.

The Louisiana Association of Compulsive Gambling presented a plaque to the Paragon for its continued support.

Paragon says they hope to continue to raise public awareness of compulsive gambling and help problem gamblers get that treatment they need.

"We understand that some people have addictions, gambling being one of them. But the most important thing is finding solutions and ways of helping them improve these disorders. So, we support that," said Lonnie Bridges with Paragon Casino Resort.

You can find more about the Louisiana Association of Compulsive Gambling on their website.

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