VIA UNION LEADER Gov. Chris Sununu placed his bets on the New England Patriots winning over the weekend and the Tampa Bay Rays taking the World Series as he laid down $40 in cash at The Brook on Friday morning…
VIA SEACOASTONLINE The Brook casino in Seabrook has donated $39,690 to the Working Dog Foundation as charitable proceeds raised during a week in August. Jenn Schaaff, executive director for the Working Dog Foundation, said the group participated in The Brook’s charity gaming events, which raise funds for nonprofit organizations by donating a percentage of the entire house to the nonprofit.
VIA SEACOASTONLINE There were a good number of people waiting outside when The Brook opened its doors at 11 a.m. on a historic Sunday for sports gambling in the state of New Hampshire.
The parking lot had an abundance of license plates from Massachusetts and Maine, as well as cars from its home state of New Hampshire…
VIA NBCBOSTON The first sports betting retail location is opening in New Hampshire, a little over a year after Gov. Chris Sununu signed a bill legalizing betting on professional and college sports in the state.
DraftKings Sportsbook at The Brook opened Wednesday in Seabrook, just over the Massachusetts state border. Sports fans will now be able to place legal bets on all major professional and collegiate U.S. sports at the location. Seabrook was one of a number of towns where residents voted to allow the operation of sports betting retail locations.
VIA GAMBLING DraftKings opened its first retail sportsbook in New Hampshire at The Brook casino in Seabrook on Tuesday.
Enhanced safety and sanitization protocols were in place for the opening of the new sportsbook at The Brook, according to a news release. DraftKings, The Brook and the New Hampshire Lottery made the sportsbook announcement Tuesday, calling it the “first of its kind for the state.”
VIA WMUR Granite Staters can now place sports bets in person, with the opening of New Hampshire’s first retail sportsbook.
The Brook in Seabrook opened Wednesday at the site of what used to be a greyhound track.
“Certainly, with the NBA coming back on, Major League Baseball, you’ve now got three of the four major big sports for the U.S. up and running, so now it’s time to open the physical sportsbooks,” said Charlie McIntyre, executive director of the New Hampshire Lottery.
VIA BOSTONGLOBE The first sports betting retail location is opening in New Hampshire, a little over a year since Governor Chris Sununu signed a bill legalizing betting on professional and college sports in the state.
DraftKings Sportsbook at The Brook was opening Wednesday in Seabrook. Sports fans will now be able to place legal bets on all major professional and collegiate U.S. sports at the location. Seabrook was one of a number of towns where residents voted to allow the operation of sports betting retail locations.
VIA BUSINESSNH MAGAZINE The DraftKings Inc., The Brook, and the New Hampshire Lottery have opened DraftKings Sportsbook at The Brook,a first of its kind for the state, allowing sports fans to bet legally on major professional and collegiate U.S. sports in person. The Draftkings is a digital sports entertainment and gaming company with products that range across daily fantasy, regulated gaming, and digital media. They are headquartered in Boston.
Seabrook, NH (June 15th, 2020) – The Brook Casino announced today an outline of the comprehensive health and safety measures the company is undertaking prior to re-opening its property in Seabrook, NH. The plan not only meets, but exceeds, the New Hampshire Lottery Commission and Governor’s Economic Re-opening Task Force’s health and safety standard. Significant time and investments have been made in specialized equipment to clean and sanitize the entirety of the property. As a 100% employee-owned family business, The Brook places an emphasis on the health and safety of its employee-owners and guests. This belief is at the heart of its core values: serving our guests, community, and one another with care, compassion, and dedication.
SEABROOK – The Brook casino donated 20 gallons of milk, cucumbers and romaine lettuce to the SNHS Seabrook Resource Center’s food pantry.
The Brook executive chef Tim McNeil recently dropped off the food donations to the center located at 146 Lafayette Road. The charitable gaming casino is currently closed as is all non-essential businesses until May 4 due to the coronavirus pandemic.