Virginians can start looking forward to a new gaming resort coming to Dumfries! Roll-Off Dumpster Direct has provided many dumpsters for new business construction in the past, but The Rose Gaming Resort has to be one of the most exciting. Set to open along I-95 near Dumfries, The Rose is a $400 million dollar gaming and entertainment complex destination that includes a luxury hotel, eight bars and restaurants, a cultural venue, meeting spaces, and more than 80 acres of green space! For the community of Dumfries, the resort will generate an estimated $59 million in annual tax revenues and have more than 600 team members.

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Roll-Off Dumpster Direct and The Rose

Construction is messy. That is why Roll-Off Dumpster Direct is trusted by many contractors to provide reliable dumpster delivery in Virginia. Because of the incredible size and square footage of the resort, Roll-Off Dumpster Direct had to provide many dumpsters with numerous deliveries to help accommodate the building mess. 

It was all worth it, though! The Rose Gaming Resort is set to open at the end of 2023! The park will be open 24 hours a day and 7 days per week. Check out their website for more information.

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