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Indiana Live to be renamed Indiana Grand Casino

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Shelbyville's Indiana Live Casino is getting a new name—Indiana Grand Casino—now that the venue has parted ways with a management company from which it licensed the name.

The move is the latest fallout from the racino's legal tangle with Maryland-based Cordish Cos., which managed the venue from its opening in 2008 until 2010. Cordish claims in a lawsuit that it was the subject of a smear campaign that cast the company as incompetent in its role at Indiana Live.

"Other than the new casino name, guests won’t notice any other changes as a result of the name change,” said Tom Dingman, Indiana Live's general manager.

The name change could be temporary because the racino is in bankruptcy, and is considering offers from suitors, including Centaur, owner of Hoosier Park in Anderson.

 

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  • ATM Machines and Cashiers
    Today I went to the casino and after playing slot machines I tried to withdraw cash from the ATM machine. The machines were down but I didn't know it until I tried several machines. I went to the cashier cage and a cashier looked at me and said if you are trying to use your card the machines are down and I can't help you. Then she just turnd and walked away. I felt she was rude and waited to see if I wanted any other information. I simply went home after waiting 30 minutes watching to see if they were going to come up. Personally I felt things could have been handled better but with new owners I guess it doesn't matter if they lose a guest.
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