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September 12, 1995
Royal Casino Group Inc., a Calabasas gaming company, said it has withdrawn a consulting agreement with a Washington State tribe. The company said it had entered into a a letter of intent with the Quileute Tribe of La Push, Wash., and posted it with a deposit in April. According to the company, on Aug. 18, Royal was told by a third party that the tribe had also entered into a agreement with another entity.
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November 24, 1995 | JILL LEOVY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
From a desk at his home in Agoura Hills, casino executive Jon Elliott has set out to bring gambling to small-town America. It's not a quest for the faint of heart. In search of virgin casino markets, the CEO of Royal Casino Group Inc. ventured to some of the poorest districts in America--from the black-dirt farmland of southern Missouri to a remote, drizzly corner of the Pacific Northwest. He's been jostled by crowds of hostile Baptists and thwarted by small-town politicians.
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BUSINESS
July 12, 1994
Royal Casino Group Inc., an Agoura Hills-based company with no major assets, is trying to get into the gaming industry. It said it is a finalist for a riverboat gambling concession in a small Missouri town and is pursuing a similar project in Mississippi. Jon F.
BUSINESS
September 12, 1995
Royal Casino Group Inc., a Calabasas gaming company, said it has withdrawn a consulting agreement with a Washington State tribe. The company said it had entered into a a letter of intent with the Quileute Tribe of La Push, Wash., and posted it with a deposit in April. According to the company, on Aug. 18, Royal was told by a third party that the tribe had also entered into a agreement with another entity.
BUSINESS
November 24, 1995 | JILL LEOVY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
From a desk at his home in Agoura Hills, casino executive Jon Elliott has set out to bring gambling to small-town America. It's not a quest for the faint of heart. In search of virgin casino markets, the CEO of Royal Casino Group Inc. ventured to some of the poorest districts in America--from the black-dirt farmland of southern Missouri to a remote, drizzly corner of the Pacific Northwest. He's been jostled by crowds of hostile Baptists and thwarted by small-town politicians.
BUSINESS
July 12, 1994
Royal Casino Group Inc., an Agoura Hills-based company with no major assets, is trying to get into the gaming industry. It said it is a finalist for a riverboat gambling concession in a small Missouri town and is pursuing a similar project in Mississippi. Jon F.
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