AUSTINTOWN, Ohio (WYTV) – Cafaro Company Spokesman Joe Bell confirmed to WKBN Thursday that Eastwood Field has been offered to Barry Dyngles as a potential location for their Queen of Hearts drawing.
Bell did not confirm details of the offer and said that Dyngles’ owners had not replied to his offer.
Austintown Township Trustees will meet Friday to consider the resumption of the game, according to a news release sent Thursday.
The meeting will be held at 11 a.m. Friday at 82 Ohltown Rd. and is open to the public.
Trustees will be deciding whether or not the game, which has attracted thousands of visitors with six-figure jackpots in its last two editions, can be held at its normal location or needs to be moved elsewhere.
Players choose numbers corresponding to playing cards, with the person drawing the Queen of Hearts getting the full jackpot, which has not happened since October 2014. Eight numbers are left. While the business cannot keep any of the money, the winner must be present to claim the cash.