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Spokane Tribe Casino Opens to the Public at 7pm

After 29+ years of modern gaming heritage in the State of Washington, and a casino approval process of 12+ years, the Spokane Tribe of Indians reaches an important milestone with the opening of the Spokane Tribe Casino today, January 8 at 7pm. At the time of the opening, the Spokane Tribe Casino will offer approximately 450 slot machines, 12 table games, a restaurant-bar, a deli and a gaming floor bar. The casino is opening in grand fashion, launching a $165,000 Giveaways & Getaways promotion with 400+ guaranteed winners, $100,000 in cash, and $65,000 in sunny vacation getaways and prizes. Drawings for the cash prizes and trips happen every Thursday. The casino is also featuring daily specials and promotions including Gift Days and Point Multipliers.

The Spokane Tribe pursued gaming on its ancestral lands in a multi-year approval process at the federal and state levels, leading to the excitement of the grand opening. Carol Evans, Spokane Tribal Council Chair, expressed the council's gratitude: "Many supporters of the Spokane Tribe Economic Project helped with our efforts to make the casino become a reality, and we are grateful to share this celebration with them."

Tribal leaders expect to continue development of the multi-phase project on their 145-acre site over the coming years. Future development will include options such as retail/commercial space, resort hotel, entertainment, Tribal Cultural Center. At full build-out and operation, the Spokane Tribe Casino will bring more than 5,000 full time and construction jobs to the region. More than 1,200 construction jobs with wages of approximately $65 million will be created throughout the multi-phase project.

For more information, visit www.spokanetribecasino.com.


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