Valley Forge Casino Resort Donates Test Night Revenue to Charity

KING OF PRUSSIA, Pa. – Valley Forge Casino Resort today donated $54,066.73 – all of its revenue from its two test nights to the Upper Merion Township Foundation.

“We couldn’t be more pleased with the reception we continue to receive in Southwestern Pennsylvania,” said Valley Forge President & CEO Saverio R. Scheri III. “Countless visitors have told us how excited they are to visit our property. We’re going to continue to work hard to make sure they have fun and keep coming back.”

The resort’s new Casino Tower will feature an exclusive and sophisticated casino floor, providing 600 of the latest and most popular slot machines, along with 50 of the best table games, including Blackjack, Craps, Roulette, Pai Gow Poker and Baccarat.

In what will surely become some of the region’s finest restaurants, guests will find countless culinary delights, including the freshest steaks at Pacific Prime, a true Italian experience at Viviano, and tremendous Asian cuisine at Asianoodle. The Center Bar is the center attraction on the casino floor, and is located near Valley Forge’s micro-restaurants, Asianoodle, American Grill and The Italian Market. The area’s hottest new nightclub, 7, has set new standards for service and features the area’s hottest DJs.

Valley Forge Casino Resort is the region’s only full-amenity gaming resort, featuring 486 guest rooms and suites. Business travelers and conference-goers will find everything they need, including 100,000 square feet of state-of-the-art exhibit, meeting, conference and banquet facilities. Overnight guests also can enjoy Valley Forge’s signature fitness center and spa.