Jobs For Foxboro Launches Website

JobsforFoxboro.com offers residents access to information.

(A Press Release from Jobs For Foxboro.)

Jobs for Foxboro Wednesday launched its local website in support of the proposed Wynn Foxborough destination resort casino in Foxboro. JobsforFoxboro.com offers updated news about local events, studies related to legalized gaming and resort destination casinos, and other information.

Jobs for Foxboro represents Foxboro residents who believe that the proposed casino, which promises significant capital investment on Route 1, more job creation than any other casino project in Massachusetts, and $10 million to $15 million in estimated new annual taxes for the Town of Foxborough, is an appropriate facility that will provide sustainable economic growth for the town and the region.

Wynn Resorts has said it will create 4,000 permanent jobs and thousands of additional jobs in construction and related businesses. The proposed resort would deliver amenities such as a luxury hotel, a convention center, a luxury spa, fine and casual dining establishments, a performance arts theater, and high-end retail shops and boutiques.

About Jobs for Foxboro

Jobs for Foxboro supports the resort destination concept unveiled by Wynn Resorts. The organization is comprised of Foxboro residents and is committed to engaging the Town about the potential benefits and issues associated with a mixed-use destination convention hotel and casino.  As a best-in-class operator of resort destinations, Wynn Resorts is capable of delivering thousands of sustainable jobs to the region and creating a lasting revenue stream for the town that provides a secure financial future for Foxboro.

By engaging in positive dialogue about the potential benefits and issues associated with the proposed development and gathering credible, verifiable third-party research regarding the impacts of destination resort casinos (such as the National Gambling Impact Study conducted by a panel of leading academics and experts under the direction on the President, the Speaker of the House and the Senate Majority Leader), town residents will be best able to make an informed decision at a town-wide referendum.


Whatever you fools March 16, 2012 at 12:05 PM
All the link brings you to is contact info. It does not appear to be up and running.
CalvinJRoot March 16, 2012 at 01:05 PM
It worked fine for me. Check your browser settings.
George March 16, 2012 at 01:11 PM
Not Interested
Dennis Naughton March 16, 2012 at 02:24 PM
There is nothing more relentless than the power of ulimited dollars. Does anyone really believe that this website is a local effort?
Donna Richardson March 16, 2012 at 02:36 PM
I do until you can prove it is not ......wouldn't it have been set up back in December when all this started had it been financed by Wynn or Kraft ?????
JimD March 16, 2012 at 03:01 PM
Wouldn't it have been nice if someone had formed a citizen's organization and a website to help attract potential clients to the biotech park when that idea was first publicized? Perhaps we wouldn't be in this pickle now.
Paul March 16, 2012 at 04:32 PM
The 'organizattion'Jobs for Foxboro is just PR using the platform of jobs as a way to entice people to support the casino. Look at the gaff they made with the full page AD in the Foxboro Reported on 12/15/2011 where it listed Dan Flynn as the chairman. Then we find out it is paid for by the PR firm. Then in Feburary he insists he does not have any title with Jobs For Foxboro and is not a spokesman. (see http://www.foxbororeporter.com/articles/2012/02/09/features/10893991.txt) So Jobs for Foxboro is bought and paid for by Wynn for PR and it saddens me to see people are buying it.
Paul March 16, 2012 at 04:32 PM
Donna, the Sun Cronicle reported on December 23, 2011 (http://www.thesunchronicle.com/articles/2011/12/23/news/10679133.txt) quote ---------- "At the end of the day, Foxboro deserves a chance to hear all sides of this issue," said Scott Farmelant, spokesman for Jobs for Foxboro, who owns the Mills & Company public relations agency. As of Thursday afternoon, the "Jobs for Foxboro" Facebook page, established on Dec. 13, had 108 "likes," JobsForFoxboro.com was down for maintenance and the @jobsforfoxboro Twitter handle had 96 followers. All are being run by Sage Systems, a provider of "campaign services" that was hired by Wynn Resorts to help with communication efforts in Foxboro. Sage has, in turn, hired Farmelant, who served as a PR consultant to the New England Patriots from 1999 to 2001 - when Gillette stadium was in the process of being approved and built. --------
Paul March 16, 2012 at 05:40 PM
Fatcow is a domain hosting company. You can pay to hide your ID behind them (or on any host) So instead of being out in the open, they are hiding the name of the person/company that regestered the domain name. Let me ask you, have you met anyone who is a member of the group that is 'Jobs for Foxboro' i.e. one of the organizers?
Foxboro Born March 16, 2012 at 06:12 PM
Billions for Weinburger is what it should be called.
Steve March 16, 2012 at 07:56 PM
Part of me still thinks this is all a ruse by Kraft to diminish resistance to a bio-tech firm moving into this space. Imagine for a second that Mr. Kraft thought that the abutters would object to pretty much any development to this parcel. How better to get a tenant to move in and be embraced by the abutters than by hanging the worst possible scenario in front of the abutters and then pulling it and sliding in something else. At this point the abutters would embrace anything but a casino and be thanking Mr. Kraft to boot......just a thought
Dave March 16, 2012 at 08:13 PM
Billionaire PR firms are trying to pose as grass roots efforts. 'Jobs' for Foxboro is a fraud just like Steve Wynn and his casino.


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