off-track betting

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off-track betting

n. Abbr. OTB
A system of placing bets away from a racetrack.
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Formerly occupied by Off Track Betting (OTB), the property consists of 15,000 s/f of retail space over three levels, with two-story branding ability, 50 feet of frontage and is fully vented for restaurant use.
In fact, consumer protection covers everything from pharmaceuticals to off track betting. Having it tied so closely to financial products send the wrong signal and would de-emphasize the greater number of areas in which consumers may be easily ripped off, even at peril to their lives.
Off Track Betting will incite even more praise as he builds upon the rustic desert roots sounds of his former home in New Mexico with even better songwriting and an expanded palette of sounds.
Larry Simpson, President and CEO of Sungold's wholly owned subsidiary Horsepower Broadcasting Network (HBN) International Ltd., stated, "Including racetracks and affiliated off track betting sites, we now have over 50 licensed pari-mutuel facilities that have expressed a desire in offering the Horsepower World Pool product.
Beyond that he was heavily involved in developing coverage for the Off Track Betting Corp.
Keeneland president Nick Nicholson tried to negotiate with the firms, which include the New York City Off Track Betting Corporation.
Members of Adams' network include former Avon manager Donna Blackwell, who has a public relations business in New Jersey, Phyliss Ramsey, director of the New York State Office of minority and Women's Business Enterprise Development, Robin Bell-Stevens, political strategist, concert producer and special events consultant, and Hazel Dukes, the head of the New York State chapter of the NAACP and former head of Off Track Betting.
After several unsuccessful attempts to rid the system of its elusive software gremlin, the disgruntled patrons headed for the nearest phone booths to place bets via Off Track Betting.
Significant vacancy opened at the roughly 500,000 s/f property when one of its largest tenants, Off Track Betting, went bankrupt in 2009.
Yonkers Raceway has encountered financial difficulties over the past few years as a result of declining attendance due to a host of factors, including the popularity of other gaming options such as Off Track Betting, the New York Lottery, Atlantic City and the opening of casinos in Connecticut.
Nevertheless, it employs 1,400 people; brings the state $4 million a year in tax revenue; Westchester County about $322,000 in taxes; and the city of Yonkers nearly $1.5 million in various taxes, including Off Track betting surcharges and admissions taxes.
He has also submitted his resume in the hopes of taking on the presidency of the Off Track Betting Corp., where he is now serving on the board.