The following video, “A Message from Robert Kraft & Steve Wynn” has been submitted by the Kraft Group/Wynn Resorts and will air on Foxboro Cable Access (Comcast 8/Verizon 39) over the weekend:
7:30pm – Friday, Saturday, Sunday
11:30am – Saturday, Sunday, Monday
8 thoughts on “A Message from Robert Kraft & Steve Wynn”
I ASSUME THIS WAS RECORDED LAST WEEKEND WHEN THEY MET WITH SOME TOWN OFFICIALS.
COULD YOU PLEASE LET ME KNOW WHE WERE THEY?
You are literally watching an intelligent and charitable man dismantle his legacy and reputation minute by minute, with each statement about jobs for the “townsfolk” and benefits to “children and social services” a casino brings.
This is unfortunate. The first sign of the dissipation of the Kraft legacy of generosity and concern for the community was when they attempted state funding for the walkway over Route 1. Now, taking that legacy one step lower by association with gaming. It’s obvious that the present level of achievement and wealth isn’t enough. That’s a shame.
Massachusetts should implement the Casino strategy, but to promote economic development, not feather the Kraft’s nest. We need three casinos. One in Western Massachusetts, one in North Central Massachusetts, and one somewhere in the New Bedford/Fall River area to help the area economically and draw from Rhode Island.
I think we should build this we are putting up a new library we dont need meking taxes go up we need a new town hall this could help pay for this taxes go up year after year . I for one cannot afford to do this forever vote yes is what I will do
If they are in the business of building Resort destinations, great. BUT if the business model doesn’t work wihtout a casino then they are in the business of building casinos and everything else is just frills.
Can’t believe Kraft would even associate himself with this guy.To all Foxboro residents, if you want to know the real Steve Wynn read this book, Running Scared: The Life and Treacherous Times of Las Vegas Casino King Steve Wynn.
I wouldn’t put too much stock in the book, which just about every interested Vegas observer dismissed as the addled fever dreams of a hack with a grudge. Wynn took its publisher, Lyle Stuart, to court for libel and won a $3.2 million judgment, as well as a pretty groveling retraction of some of the most scurrilous claims.
I am actually looking forward to seeing what the proposal will look like. From what Steve Wynn describes it seems quite the destination. I’m also glad he will be blinding the gaming.