Lakes Entertainment said Thursday that it plans a $265 million initial investment for its Sumner County casino. If the company is selected by the state to develop the casino, the first phase would include a casino with 2,000 slot machines, 60 gaming tables, a poker room, a number of restaurants and a retail component, said Tim Cope, the company's president and chief financial officer.
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