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Full interview with Penn National Gaming CEO Jay Snowden on business during the pandemic

"Really what this opportunity lays out for Penn National Gaming and the industry at large is we've got this young audience that are coming into casinos because there are less forms of entertainment like concerts and sporting events, they're coming into casinos and having a great time," Penn National Gaming CEO Jay Snowden told CNBC Wednesday. "So it's a new audience for us and once the vaccine is widely available and/or there's effective treatments for Covid, I think what you're going to see is that 55+ and particular the 65+ age demo feel more comfortable leaving the home more often, coming back to the casino."
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Wed, Nov 11 20208:24 AM EST

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