Published on: December 29, 2023, 12:35h by John Smith.
Last updated on: December 29, 2023, 12:35h by John Smith.
The owner of the Concord Casino in New Hampshire must sell the operation following fraud allegations, read the full article for detailed insights.
The charitable casino was ordered to close and must not be reopened for at least six months under new ownership. Failure to sell the gaming property will result in Andy Sanborn losing his license for two years, according to the New Hampshire Bulletin.
If a new buyer is named, they must be approved by the New Hampshire Lottery Commission before the sale is made final.
The state Department of Safety’s ruling stemmed from the Sanborns’ improper application and misuse of money from a federal COVID relief loan, including the use of funds for personal expenses. A full ruling is available for review.
If Sanborn wants to appeal the ruling, he must file a request with the Lottery Commission within 15 days. The article provides full coverage.
The Draft Sports Bar and Grill in Concord is home to the Concord Casino, and the future of a second charitable casino that the Sanborns were hoping to open is now uncertain after this week’s ruling is available to read in full, offering details on the case proceedings and any immediate comments. If you’re interested in learning more, click through to the article for additional information.