Downtown Casino Reflects on Best Year of Revenue Since Opening
JACK Cincinnati Casino had another record-breaking year with $203.5 million in adjusted gross gaming revenue and reached significant milestones in 2018.
“At JACK Cincinnati Casino, each year is a new opportunity for us to grow in our commitment to our guests and team members,” said senior vice president of regional operations and general manager of JACK Cincinnati Casino, Chad Barnhill. “I am extremely proud of our performance and all of our team member’s accomplishments in 2018. We look forward to building on this continued momentum, providing an exceptional entertainment experience for our guests and making a positive impact on our community.”
In 2018 JACK Cincinnati Casino remained committed to the community, contributing thousands of dollars in charitable giving, supporting more than 60 local organizations, participating in 15 charitable events, and serving more than 1,000 volunteer hours.
One of the casino’s 2018 community highlights includes the donation of an outdoor playground at St. Francis Seraph School, located in Over-the-Rhine. JACK Cincinnati Casino led this initiative after visiting the school in search of volunteer opportunities and realized that the students didn’t have any playground equipment.
Throughout 2018, JACK Cincinnati Casino continued to improve the guest experience through innovation, launching multiple technology and gaming enhancements. Most notably, JACK introduced Synergy Table Games in March, a revolutionary gaming and entertainment experience that fuses electronic table games, high-energy dealer entertainment, pulsating lights, social interaction and giant video displays for a modernized approach to gaming.
JACK Cincinnati Casino successfully provided guests with best in class entertainment, bringing world-class performers to the downtown area for sold-out shows, including Martina McBride, Ron White, The Isley Brothers, Sara Evans, The Temptations and the Four Tops.
“With our 2019 entertainment lineup, we expect the excitement from our guests to be at record levels again,” said Barnhill. “We can’t wait to bring more big names and sold-out performances to the Queen City.”