Like 2008, the elected officials decide to vote an addition taking into account the fall in revenue from the casino city. Casino de Capbreton is seen for the second straight year against a decline of 20% on the gross slot machine.
The casino had taken necessary steps for re-development that unfortunately will not help him more, and finds a turnover for the slot of 4 830 000 for October 2008 and 3 892 000 for October 31 in 2009.
Like many of France’s land casinos, the gaming establishment of Capbreton endures the crisis and some measures of limitations. In November 2008, City Council and elected officials had concluded for one year to the specifications, contractual obligations between the establishment of delegated public service, the Municipal Casino and the city. This contract specifies a reduction of € 100 000 by increasing the annual amount of rent to 390 000 €. The casino will also be entitled to a reduction in the percentage of municipal levy of 15% to 10% on gross gaming.
Despite all these devices, the 2010 does not make them more favorable times, which gives the idea to elect a new review addendum containing the same arrangements for the year 2010. The annual rent will therefore be 390 000 € 300 € 000 (reduced from 90 000 €) and benefit from staggered payment in 3 installments of € 100 000 as of April 30, 2010 (the other two payments will be 31 July and 31 October).
And even if slot machines are not sufficient to contentment, it is their 3 rental rooms that meet a real success. Operating since September 2008, the rooms were in 2009 allowed companies with significant Quilsiver, Orpi and Billabong. The rooms of the world gather for seminars, for meals, and lectures, but there are also very frequent concerts organized by the Mayor of the city. The rooms also had the passage of the guild of notaries, the Association of Teachers of sale as well as gastroenterologists.
The mayor and the first deputy of the city, Patrick Laclédère, support the activities of the casino which is the attraction of the area and offer to accompany this adverse change.