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Reno 1989 Casino Statistics

Reno/Sparks Casinos with Gaming Revenue of $1,000,000 and Over Representing 34 Locations

Revenue

Dollars
Percent
Gaming
660,703,671 59.8
Rooms    
139,460,651 12.6
Food
152,030,631 13.8
Beverage
74,31.9,016 6.7
Other
77,775,863 7.0
Total Revenue
1,104,289,832 100

             
                       
Average Number of Employees For The Year

Casino Department  
8,841
Rooms Department  
2,927
Food Department
5,907
Beverage Department
1,801
G & A Department
4,641
Other Departments
764
Total
24,881


Gaming Revenue Per Square Foot of Floor Space  

Area
No. of Casinos  Operating Average Area In Sq. Feet Gaming Revenue Per Square Foot
Pit
29 6,340 1,124
Coin Operated Devices
34 13,958 918
Poker and Pan
11 1,257 550
Race and Sports
9 4,036 298
Total Casino
34 20,841 932

Complimentary Expenses

    Dollars     Dept. Percentage
Not Reported by Departments
22,431,805 2.0
Casino Department
55,987,505 8.5
Rooms Department  
517,847 0.4
Food Department  
1,243,344 0.8
Beverages Department
646,824 0.9
Other     
1,153,113 1.5
                                                                         

Reno/Sparks Gaming Statistics

All data compiled from Nevada Gaming Abstract. Carson City, Nevada: State Gaming Control Board, Securities and Economic Research Division, 1971-2009.

This project was sponsored by a grant from the UNLV Libraries Advisory Board.


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