Wynn shows his hand to Foxborough - The Boston Globe

FOXBORO - Artists renderings and a video promoting a Wynn resort casino in Foxboro released over the weekend had virtually no impact in swaying the positions of major political players Wynn hosted open houses last Wednesday for Foxboro and area residents to learn more about his proposed resort-style casino from a dozen Wynn employees. The info sessions follow the release of the casino’s first images two weeks ago, along with a personal message DVD from Wynn to thousands of Foxboro homes promising millions of dollars in tax revenue and 4,000 jobs. Casino developer Steve Wynn is appealing to Foxboro residents to watch a DVD he’s distributing and “continue our conversation” about siting a resort casino on property near Gillette Stadium Las Vegas casino mogul Steve Wynn this morning released his first renderings of his proposed $1 billion gambling resort in Foxborough, making his pitch to win over the community in a glossy In a letter accompanying the brochure and DVD, Wynn said the casino would benefit the town "both socially and economically." He said the plans included a luxury hotel, convention space, more than Wynn, CEO of Wynn Resorts Ltd, earlier pledged the proposed casino would fit the character of the town. In a letter accompanying the brochure and DVD, Wynn said the casino would benefit the town Wynn’s DVD includes renderings of the exterior of the hotel, and of the interior of the shopping promenade, a restaurant and the gambling room, as well as short testimonials from Foxborough residents who support the project. The DVD seems relatively homespun for a multibillion-dollar company. It pictures Wynn, dressed casually, sitting in a restaurant at Wynn Las Vegas that overlooks the Steve Wynn is unveiling details of a resort casino he hopes to develop near Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, including an artist's rendering of the proposed facility. Despite fierce opposition to its plan for a casino in Foxborough, Mass., Wynn Resorts has released pictures of a proposed $1 billion gambling complex that would be smaller than Foxwoods Resort Casino.

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