This evening's bingo support rally schedule for 5:00 pm in Dothan has been cancelled.

The rally was scheduled for 5:00pm this afternoon at the Dothan Convention Center on the north side of the Ross Clark Circle.

At this time, we know of no plans to reschedule the rally.

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  • by j on Mar 4, 2010 at 09:31 PM
    S- From my understanding of the reports the figures are from the Bingo machines themselves. Not the revenue from other sales.
  • by s Location: willis on Mar 4, 2010 at 06:14 PM
    What a crock of bull...any businessman knows you would need at least 30-40% for a business that small. Someone is pissing up ya'lls leg
  • by Brenda Location: Dothan on Mar 4, 2010 at 02:37 PM
    I think it is so sad that our Gov. has literally STOLEN jobs from our people that despertely need to work.. Shame on him....
  • by wayne Location: dothan on Mar 4, 2010 at 01:51 PM
    Must not have been enough money for Jess to show up
  • by Mike Location: Marrianna on Mar 4, 2010 at 01:19 PM
    Hi, Please tell me the breakdown of monies spent on Bingo. Out of a Hundred dollars spent what per centage is returned to the player pool, how much to charity, how much to the owner? Please provide the answers to these questions on your newscast at 6:00 pm. Thanks Mike ---------- WTVY Response: This is Ronnie Gilley's answer to that question which aired in our investigation, "Battle over Bingo": "Country Crossing developer Ronnie Gilley says more than 90% of the money spent in the bingo pavillion everyday goes back to the winners. Gilley says most of the rest of it will go to local charities. He says Country Crossing gets a few percent as lease and overhead payments from the Houston County Economic Development Authority which operates the bingo pavillion. Gilley says that few percent is the fuel that powers future expansion and jobs at the entertainment facility. "
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