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Old 01-25-2008, 01:24 PM
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Maybe it depends on how much casino traffic they have. On the Emerald Princess, the non-smoking nights, the casino was almost empty. There were only a few people at the tables and almost no one on the slots, on smoking nights you could hardly walk. I guess you could tell your clients that there is an area near the casino where they could smoke for smoking clients and for non-smoking clients advise them that they at least have non-smoking areas in the casino.