VictoryLand to continue normal operations following death of president and CEO

SHORTER, Ala. - The Chief Operating Officer of VictoryLand says both venues at the property will continue normal operations following the death of the founder, Milton McGregor.

McGregor's plans to return VictoryLand to a premier center for electronic gaming and simucast greyhound racing will continue to be implemented.

VictoryLand, currently with over 300 employees, remains one of the largest employers in Macon County and operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

McGregor’s plans for the Birmingham Race Course to be positioned as a top entertainment facility in Alabama began with a multi-million dollar renovation in 2017, and will continue as planned.

The McGregor family wishes to thank the many employees, friends and patrons of VictoryLand and the Birmingham Race Course who expressed their sincere condolences at the loss of the founder of both enterprises, Milton McGregor.  

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