BonusFinder: company is looking for a casino evaluator to give it money to play at the new Hollywood Casino York in Pennsylvania




BonusFinder, the casino review portal, will invite one lucky person to visit the new Hollywood Casino York in Grantville, Pennsylvania. The selected person will receive money to bet and will be asked to give a review about the establishment.

BonusFinder is looking for a casino expert who can experience all that Hollywood Casino York has to offer. The winner will receive $ 500 for travel expenses and another $ 500 to spend at the casino. It should be noted that the new casino offers:

–More than 2,100 slot machines

–More than 60 board games

–Live poker

–Horse racing and live simulcast

–Interactive stool and sports betting bar

–Casual and elegant dinner

This could well be the dream job of many people who love gambling in casinos.

If you want to have a chance to win, you just have to enter your information in the form that is on the official website of the company. There you must say why you would be their best casino evaluator. There are no limits to your creativity, so do your best to stand out from the crowd.

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