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Halbritter: new Point Place Casino is long-term investment

Patrons waiting outside in the final hour before the March 1, 10 a.m. opening at the Oneida Indian Nation’s Point Place Casino at 450 Route 31 in the Bridgeport area of the town of Sullivan in Madison County. The Oneida Nation formally opened the casino on March 1. (Eric Reinhardt/Business Journal News Network)

SULLIVAN — The Oneida Nation had studied the Bridgeport area in the town of Sullivan in Madison County and believes the newly opened Point Place Casino “will serve this particular area really quite well.” That’s according to Ray Halbritter, Oneida Indian Nation representative and Nation Enterprises CEO. “We really looked for a long-term investment when […]

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SULLIVAN — The Oneida Nation had studied the Bridgeport area in the town of Sullivan in Madison County and believes the newly opened Point Place Casino “will serve this particular area really quite well.” That’s according to Ray Halbritter, Oneida Indian Nation representative and Nation Enterprises CEO. “We really looked for a long-term investment when […]

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