Trump Releases Site Plan for Orange County Casino

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. -- Trump Hotels & Casino Resorts (THCR) submitted a site plan for its proposed casino project in Orange County to the Indiana Gaming Commission. Trump Springs Valley Casino & Resort is projected to open in early 2006.

"There has been great progress on the casino project in Orange County," said Robert M. Pickus, executive vice president and general counsel of THCR. "Meetings between Trump representatives and state and local officials continue as we look forward to breaking ground later this year."

Designs for the restoration and new construction will preserve and enhance the history of Orange County and create a marketable vacation destination to restore the flow of visitors who flocked to the region's mineral springs and other attractions in the early 1900s.

About Trump Hotels & Casino Resorts
THCR is a leading gaming company that owns and operates four properties with a fifth property currently under development. THCR also manages one property under the Trump brand name. THCR's owned assets include Trump Taj Mahal Casino Resort and Trump Plaza Hotel and Casino, located on the Boardwalk in Atlantic City, N.J.; Trump Marina Hotel Casino, located in Atlantic City's Marina District; and the Trump Casino Hotel, a riverboat casino located in Gary, Ind. THCR recently obtained the rights to build and operate a casino in Orange County Indiana that is projected to open in 2006. In addition, the Company manages Trump 29 Casino, a Native American owned facility located near Palms Springs, Calif. Together, the current properties comprise approximately 451,000 square feet of gaming space and 3,180 hotel rooms and suites. The Company is the sole vehicle through which Donald J. Trump conducts gaming activities and strives to provide customers with outstanding casino resort and entertainment experiences consistent with the Donald J. Trump standard of excellence. THCR is separate and distinct from Mr. Trump's real estate and other holdings.