Shambala casino in Russia’s Azov-City gaming zone plans to offer its clients a wedding service. Maxim Smolentsev, director of Shambala CJSC reported journalists about it. Currently, the casino staff are preparing conditions for wedding ceremonies.
“Shambala casino keeps to the tradition of the best gambling establishments in the world. As a fast, memorable and truly festive wedding ceremony has long been a hallmark of the most popular casinos in Las Vegas,” Smolentsev commented on a new service.
The idea of offering a marriage registration service is associated with a significant percentage of young people among Azov-City visitors. As a rule, young people are not as actively interested in gambling as the older generation, but they come to the gambling zone more for entertainment and non-trivial rest.
Despite the constant threat to close down Azov-City, the popularity of the gambling zone does not decrease. In 2016, gambling establishments of Azov-City were visited by 464.7 thousand people, which is only 4.7 thousand less than in 2015.