It’s 8:30pm. I’m sleeping because all the overtime I work to pay down my student loans nine years early has the unfortunate side effect of occasionally requiring me to live on four hours of sleep. My phone rings with a phone number I don’t recognize.
That’s Grantville. I don’t know anyone in Grantville, let alone anyone with that number, so I let it go to voicemail. A few minutes later my voicemail alert goes off. It can’t be a wrong number; who would call a wrong number and, after hearing the name in the greeting, leave a message? And a two-minute message at that?
It was Hollywood Casino.
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I’ll keep this short.
We already give you money. You don’t even really have to do anything; we pretty much just walk in and hand over cash. We don’t even get free drinks out of the deal.
So please — please — stop subjecting us to that abortion of a TV commercial.
Penn National just issued a press release stating that Hollywood Casino will not be sold off to PNG Acquisition Company. A very cursory Google search reveals no useful information about “PNG Acquisition Company”. So I wonder: PNG = Penn National Gaming? Was Penn National trying to buy a Penn National property from Penn National? Was Penn National trying to sell to Penn National?