Kansas Lottery Signs Agreement for Amendment and Renewal of Lottery Gaming Facility Management Contract with Butler National Service Corporation and BHCMC for 15-Year Extension
Olathe, Kansas – Butler National Corporation (OTCQB: BUKS) a recognized provider of professional management services in the gaming industry, announces the Kansas Lottery has entered into a Renewal Agreement for the Lottery Gaming Facility Management Contract for the Boot Hill Casino with subsidiaries Butler National Service Corporation and BHCMC, LLC that includes a 15-year extension following the term of the current Management Contract. The new contract benefits the State of Kansas, Southwest Kansas and Butler National.
Butler National Service Corporation and the Kansas Lottery entered into the initial Lottery Gaming Facility Management Contract for the Boot Hill Casino and Resort in Dodge City, Kansas on May 28, 2008. BHCMC assumed the obligations of Butler National Service Corporation in the spring of 2009. The Boot Hill Casino & Resort opened in mid-December of 2009. The 2008 Management Contract ends December 14, 2024. The Renewal Agreement provides for management services through December 14, 2039, among the other terms.
Clark Stewart, President and CEO of Butler National said,
“We have worked diligently in our ten years of successful management of the State owned and operated games, creation of over 300 new jobs and development of a tourist destination location in Southwest Kansas. We appreciate the successful partnership between the State and Butler National/BHCMC. We have similar goals and objectives that mutually benefit the interests of both parties. As we reach the tenth anniversary of the opening of the Boot Hill Casino on December 15, 2019, we thank our fellow Kansans, and in particularly our employees, working with Butler National, a Kansas company. We will continue to offer a quality tourist and entertainment destination, positive and fun place of employment for hundreds of people and a strong driver of economic activity in Dodge City and southwest Kansas.”