Anyone who is attuned to the world of gambling knows the name Steve Wynn full well. Wynn, of course, is the casino mogul who built up the famous Wynn Resorts.
His successes span far beyond Las Vegas, though that is where it all began.
It is one of the most successful casino companies in the world and its locations are stationed anywhere from the US to Macau.
Its success is a blueprint for what other companies are doing right now too. One of the things that Wynn has lead though is the road to building a gambling Mecca in the world. He has proven the method to growth time and time again with one successful gaming and entertainment location after another.
This is why he is such an icon in the world of gambling. He is consistently making pitches to various areas to expand his own business entity. The growth rate that he is experiencing is notable, but the main reason for it is his aggressive stand on building.
Wynn is always looking for new locations to build and develop. One of his most successful of course is his investment in Macau. Macau, if you have been watching the recent surge of growth, is a location that is bringing in billions of dollars and showing no signs of slowing down any time soon.
This is why it was such a positive move for Wynn and his company. Still despite its success, the company is not ready to sit on its laurels and wait for growth. Now, it is venturing into new territory.
Wynn just announced that he will be standing in front of the Foxborough Board of Selectmen of Massachusetts.
The plan is to pitch a new gambling location in the state. Wynn requested that he personally get to speak to the board about the project. It would be a billion-dollar facility that would enter the market.
Wynn is presenting his proposal on the basis of offering a huge money-generating activity to the state, bringing in hundreds of jobs and increasing tourism.
Remember that New Jersey is lagging in their own gambling plan due to Atlantic City being hit by the recession in the past, so neighboring states are all looking for gambling development of their own to capitalize on.