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One-Thousand Jobs Lost When Casino Closes

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13-hundred people in Mississippi will be out of a job this summer when the Harrah's Tunica Casino closes June 2nd.

Its parent company, Nevada-based Caesar's Entertainment, says business is down and competition is up.  Harrah's Tunica struggled to regain business after a major flood closed the casino in 2011.

Caesars Entertainment said it will help find new jobs for as many of its employees as possible.


 

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