I am the husband of one who works at the casino as a slot attendant and would like to ask Scene magazine to assist in making the casino a success story, not the sweat shop you are making it out to be. Why not inform the people of Cleveland and Ohio for that matter of the workings of a casino. What I am referring to is that everyone shows people how to play the games. Why not inform them of the how the employees earn their money. The casino employees get an hourly rate combined with tips. Those employees include not just the cocktail servers but dealers, slot attendants, cashiers and such. Tips are pooled and divied up come paydays. People understand tipping waitresses, card players understand tipping the dealers (well, most anyway) but no one seems to understand tipping a slot attendant for their
services such as assisting with their jackpots, assisting with machine repairs, directions to their favorite machines, and such courtesies as saving their seats for bathroom and smoking breaks. These tips are part of the paycheck they work so hard for. They all enjoy their jobs and love sharing in the Legendary service Horseshoe is known for. So help in getting the people of Cleveland and Ohio to learn how to share in the good times the Casino has to offer.
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