Greenetrack is the largest African-American owned casino-styled gaming company in the country. Under the current leadership of President and CEO Luther Winn, Jr., Greenetrack is committed to diversity and to increasing access for minority and women-owned businesses. Located in Eutaw, Alabama, Greenetrack was formerly known as the "Greene County Greyhound Park" and was established as a pari-mutuel live greyhound racing facility in 1977. In 1995, the original owners of "Greene County Greyhound Park" turned over ownership of the facility to the workers, and the facility was renamed Greenetrack. In 1999, Greenetrack elected Luther Winn, Jr., President and CEO. Under the leadership of Mr. Winn, Greenetrack increased its gross revenue by almost 60% from 1999-2003, making it the only pari-mutuel facility in the country to experience such exponential growth.
Greenetrack launched its casino-styled gaming model in 2004 ushering in a new era of gaming in Greene County and in the State of Alabama. Initially opening its doors with 600 gaming machines, Greenetrack steadily increased the number to 1500 machines. The implementation of casino-styled gaming in Greene County generated economic growth and development. New jobs were created that improved the quality of life for the county's residents and provided them with much needed wages and benefits.