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Bingo hall making more than expected

...Tribal leaders are pleased, but cautious. "We might be slightly ahead of projection," economic development director Connie Wade said. "But we've got taxes to pay. The prizes have to be 50 percent (of the gross). There's the withholding...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1998/06/15/met_230933.shtml
Metro
Gamblers have wide selection

...North Myrtle Beach and Horry County to open a high-stakes bingo hall there. Catawba economic development director Connie Wade said bingo and the casino boat will feed off each other. "It should help both parties because you've got separate...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1998/12/15/met_247511.shtml
Metro
Local and area briefs

...000 people played at the opening last month, and the tribe paid more than $320,000 in prizes, tribal developer Connie Wade said. But players want lowerpriced game packages, Ms. Wade said. "Our customers let us know, loud and clear...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1998/01/03/met_219988.shtml
Metro | Aiken County Council
Catawbas give preview of upscale bingo parlor

...proceeds will be added to tribal coffers, and will help improve education, housing and social services for members, said Connie Wade, the tribe's economic development chairman. "All those things will be enhanced greatly by this bingo facility...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1997/12/19/met_219282.shtml
Metro
Local and area briefs

...mailing educational fliers to residents. "We feel like there has been a campaign of misinformation against us," said Connie Wade, the Catawbas economic development director. "We felt like we had to answer all the questions being raised, regard...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1997/03/17/met_205440.shtml
Metro | Aiken County Council | Augusta-Richmond County Commission | Butler High School | Coliseum Authority | North Augusta City Council
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