Tosh Anderson, Hollywood Gaming
(937) 235-7559 |

Christine Corba, URS
(937) 853-5465 |

DAYTON, Ohio, Feb. 3, 2021 – Patrons of Hollywood Gaming at Dayton Raceway showed their generosity during January by donating $6,388.70 that will help United Rehabilitation Services of Greater Dayton advance its mission of providing programs and services that improve the quality of life for children and adults with disabilities or other special needs.

Dan Kennedy (left), general manager of Hollywood Gaming at Dayton Raceway, presents a check for $6,388.70 to Dennis Grant, executive director of United Rehabilitation Services in Dayton, representing contributions made during January by Hollywood Gaming patrons.

The donation is part of Hollywood Gaming’s ongoing effort to engage its customers in supporting area charitable and civic organizations. Each month, donation boxes are placed on the gaming floor to encourage patrons to take part in these charitable efforts.

“We are so grateful for Hollywood Gaming at Dayton Raceway’s ongoing support of the people we serve and for the generosity of their guests, especially during these uncertain times” said Dennis Grant, executive director of United Rehabilitation Services. “These dollars will help to ensure that URS is able to continue to enhance the lives of children and adults with disabilities.”

This year, URS will celebrate 65 years of providing a comprehensive continuum of services to meet the needs of people with physical, developmental and acquired disabilities. These services include licensed and accredited programs for infants, children, adults and seniors living with a broad range of conditions including cerebral palsy, autism, Down syndrome, muscular dystrophy, and Alzheimer’s disease.  More information on the programs and services provided by URS is available at

Dan Kennedy, general manager of Hollywood Gaming, said, “As a member of the Board of Directors of URS Dayton, it’s particularly gratifying for me to represent our patrons in contributing to the important work URS performs in our community. It’s especially important this year, when community organizations have had to reimagine how they deliver services during a pandemic. URS has been particularly successful at this, and our patrons recognized that.”