CUMBERLAND TOWNSHIP, Pa. � Mason-Dixon Resort & Casino announced it has selected a subsidiary of Penn National Gaming to develop and manage all resort and gaming operations in connection with the company�s resort license application filed with the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board. Mason-Dixon Resort & Casino plans to develop a venue in southern Adams County, about 2 miles from the Maryland border.

The planned $75-million Mason-Dixon Resort & Casino will feature a 300-room hotel with 20,000 sq ft of meeting and exposition space. Penn National Gaming has committed to provide the financing for the development, construction and opening of the project.