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.

The Brook casino donates to Seabrook food pantry

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.

Super Bowl fans can bet on the game with friends at The Brook

You can enjoy betting on the Super Bowl next month in style at the former Seabrook Greyhound Park.

After a multimillion-dollar remodeling job, the casino has rebranded itself as The Brook.

The latest addition is an ultramodern race book and sports viewing area called “The Stadium.” It has stadium seating on couches and movie theater-style chairs for people to sit and enjoy watching events on three cinema-size 4K video displays and over 150 televisions.

The New Seabrook Park launches holiday initiative to benefit local families and students

On Dec. 6, Eureka Casino Resorts, a 100% employee-owned company that acquired Seabrook Park in January 2019, presented a check worth $29,000 to the Seabrook Scholarship Fund. The fund was created in 1988 and since that time Seabrook Park has contributed over $1 million to graduating seniors from Winnacunnet High School who are residents of the town and moving on to higher education. “The town of Seabrook is deeply appreciative of the continuing contribution to the Scholarship Fund by Seabrook Park,” said Town Manager Bill Manzi. “The Scholarship Fund provides vital financial assistance to Seabrook students. Seabrook Park has been an outstanding corporate citizen, assisting the community in so many different ways, especially during this holiday season.”…

Casino company places bet in NH

As Encore Boston Harbor opened to lines of people eager to gamble in the Bay State’s newest casino resort last week, work continued on Seabrook Park’s future 40,000-square-foot gaming floor. The completion will make Seabrook the largest charitable casino in the United States, according to Andre Carrier, whose Nevada-based casino company Eureka Casino Resort bought the former greyhound track in January…

Greyhound Casino adds Stadium Gaming

Greyhound Casino & Tavern announced this week it’s now offering Stadium Gaming inside the recently renovated casino. Developed by industry leader Scientific Games, the electronic, stadium-style games were unveiled in Seabrook June 7. This interactive table game experience features live dealers and the ability to switch between multiple games, using a touchscreen on an individual player terminal. “We’re thrilled to be the first casino in New Hampshire to provide this ultra-modern technology to our guests,” said Chief Operating Officer Andre Carrier. “Stadium Games have been a huge hit in other casinos across the country because they appeal to a wide range of players. As a result, we wanted to make them available here in New Hampshire.”…

Christopher Thompson’s Closing the Deal: Employee-owned companies have an advantage

Over the last several years, I’ve been hearing a lot more about employee-owned companies. For those who aren’t familiar with the concept, it’s actually relatively simple to explain: Every year, the company goes through a valuation by a third-party organization and the company’s value is determined. From there, shares are produced, based on the determined value…

Raising the stakes: Gaming experience improved, charities gain

Longtime customers at Seabrook Greyhound Park say they like the changes being made there. “It’s a lot cleaner. It’s well groomed … The food is very good,” Dan Septelka of Exeter said. Septelka loves the thrill of betting on horses at the casino and says he enjoys spending time there, especially on a wet and lousy day. Other customers at the casino agree, pointing out the improvements. CEO Andre Carrier of Eureka Casino Resort couldn’t be more pleased…