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Klein Transportation partners will Valley Forge Casino

By 69 News, (follow: @69news), news@wfmz.com
Published On: Dec 12 2013 02:30:17 PM CST
Updated On: Dec 12 2013 02:33:07 PM CST
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Jace Codi/69 News

AMITY TWP., Pa. -

Klein Transportation is offering a ride to Berks County gamblers looking for a new place to play.

The Douglassville-based bus company has partnered with the Valley Forge Casino Resort in neighboring Montgomery County to provide bi-weekly service to the casino from three locations in the Reading area and one in Pottstown.

Starting Friday, Klein's will begin its run in Laureldale and stop in Shillington, Exeter and Pottstown before traveling to the casino, which is located just off Route 422 in Upper Merion Township, near King of Prussia.

The cost per person is $26, which includes $30 in "Slot Play" and $15 in food and drink credits.

Klein's already offers scheduled service to Atlantic City, the Sands Casino in Bethlehem, Hollywood Casino in Grantville, and Mohegan Sun and Mt. Airy casinos in the Poconos.

"Its been four or five years since we have started a new run to a casino, so we are very excited for this new partnership," said Ashley Hoke, sales and marketing coordinator for Klein Transportation. "The VFCR is new and beautiful and it's close to home."

The casino, which opened in the spring of 2012, has 35,000 square-feet of gaming space, featuring 50 game tables and 600 slots machines.