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Daytona Beach Kennel Club To Open New Card Room

Orange City Racing and Card Club Coming to Orange City by Year’s End

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The Daytona Beach Kennel Club and Poker Room has announced plans to open a new card room and sports bar in Orange City by the end of the year.

Delaware North, parent company of the Daytona Beach Kennel Club, received regulatory approval on Mar. 8 from the Orange City Council to begin the $5.6 million project. The new location will take the place of a former theater in the Orange City Marketplace.

“This is very exciting for both Orange City and Delaware North, and we look forward to extending the great relationship we have had in Daytona Beach to the Orange City community,” said Fred Guzman, general manager of the Daytona Beach Kennel Club and Poker Room. “This project and operation will bring jobs to Orange City and economic development to re-energize a commercial area. We’re designing what is going to be a very classy card room and sports bar – an entertainment destination that people will be very proud to see here.”

The new venue will have an estimated economic impact of $6 million annually and will create 150 new jobs. The original Daytona Beach Kennel Club opened in 1948 before a $30 million facility took its place in 2007. The property currently employs more than 400 people.

With an outstanding reputation in the community for its charity work, commitment to the community and its commitment to the environment, Daytona Beach Kennel Club and Poker Room plans to continue its reputation for giving back to the communities in which it operates.

“We plan to be active in Orange City in support of organizations that are benefiting the community, just as we have in Daytona Beach,” said Guzman.