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Belterra Park opens new gaming terrace

The spacious terrace has its own entrance from Belterra Park's gaming floor and includes 82 video lottery terminals (VLTs) along with beverage service and other amenities (Photo: FOX19 File Photo) The spacious terrace has its own entrance from Belterra Park's gaming floor and includes 82 video lottery terminals (VLTs) along with beverage service and other amenities (Photo: FOX19 File Photo)
CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) - Belterra Park Gaming and Entertainment Center announced Friday that it has opened their new gaming terrace.

According to a press release, the terrace will have its own entrance from Belterra park's gaming floor and will include 82 video lottery terminals along with beverage service and other amenities.

The terrace is the first of its kind in Cincinnati and will allow guests who prefer to smoke the opportunity to enjoy the gaming experience at the park. In addition, the terrace will be open 24 hours a day, weather permitting.

"At Belterra Park, it is always our goal to provide each of our guests with outstanding service and an incredible entertainment experience,"  stated Kevin Kaufman, Vice President and General Manager in the press release. "We are extremely excited to open our new terrace which will help us in providing a pleasant and comfortable environment for our smoking and non-smoking guests."

The new gaming terrace is located near the mychoice(R) Center at Belterra Park.

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