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Where is Penn National Gaming Corporate office Headquarters

Penn National Gaming Headquarters Address and Contact

Penn National Gaming Headquarters Location & Directions

Penn National Gaming Headquarters Executive Team



Timothy J. Wilmott

CEO & Director

Jay A. Snowden

President & COO

William J. Fair

Executive VP of Finance, CFO & Treasurer

Albert T. Britton

Senior Vice President of Regional Operations

Frank T. Donaghue

Chief Compliance Officer & VP of Regulatory Affairs

John V. Finamore

Senior Vice President of Regional Operations

Todd George

Senior Vice President of Regional Operations

Ameet Patel

Senior Vice President of Regional Operations

Eric Schippers

Senior Vice President of Public Affairs & Government Relations

Chris Sheffield

Senior VP & MD of Interactive Gaming

About Penn National Gaming, History and Headquarters Information

Penn National Gaming was founded in the year 1968. The company has been active for almost 51 years now. The company’s complex included a motor speedway, which held its first races in 1971 and the horse track, which was opened in the year 1972. In the year1982, Carlino purchased Penn National Race Course from the financially struggling Turf Club. The companies involved with Penn National Race Course were reorganized in the year 1994 in preparation for an IPO or Initial Public Offering. Almost $18 million was raised due to the IPO filling as well. Penn National expanded beyond its first racetrack with the acquisitions of Pocono Downs in the year 1996, Charles Town Races in the year 1997 and in 1999, a half interest in Freehold Raceway and the operations of Garden State Park as well. The company acquired its first standalone casino properties in the year 2000. In the year 2003,  bought Hollywood Casino Corp. for $328 million-plus $360 million in assumed debt as well. Then in the year 2007, the company had acquired Zia Park as well. During the year 2012, the company had announced a plan to spin off a new real estate investment trust as well. As of the year 2015, the company had agreed to purchase Tropicana Las Vegas for $360 million. The headquarters of the company is based in 825 Berkshire Blvd. The name of the place is Wyomissing, while the name of the state is Pennsylvania, United States. The pin code is 19610.

Penn National Gaming is an American company that focuses on providing various kinds of casinos and racetrack facilities, to its customers and clients in the USA. The current CEO of the company is Timothy J Wilmot. As of the year 2017, the total revenue generated by the company is more than $3.1 billion. Also, the number of employees working in the company, as of the year 2017, is more than 18,700.

The primary services provided by the company include allowing customers to have a retail presence in order to order to obtain services like casino gaming and also racetrack gaming as well, that are maintained and offered by the company itself.

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  • Bz says:

    Does anyone know how to get a person on the phone at Penn National?

  • Leonard Bank says:

    Shame on you. The M Resort is experiencing unsurpassed success. You will be building a second hotel tower. You attracted the LV Raiders and repelled the locals who kept you afloat before you got the Raiders. The locals supported you loyally and their patronage was brought about by the popularity of your buffet. Now that you do not need us (locals), you closed the buffet. Shame on you. You can easily support the buffet even if it doesn’t maximize profits per square foot. I personally visited the buffet bi-weekly, stayed to drink and gamble, and went you the occasional live entertainment. I have not visited the M Resort since you closed the buffet and never will until it reopens. Shame on you for ignoring the locals.

  • Elliot says:

    I have been trying to reach headquarters for a serious issue
    To no avail

  • Karen Nottle says:

    Would love to see this company take the Las Vegas Tropicana back to it’s former glory from the 1960’s. I have such a vision for the place and it would be the coolest place to stay in Vegas.

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