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Potawatomi to Build $150


Million Hotel Potawatomi Bingo Casino, located near downtown Milwau- kee, recently broke ground on a new $150 million hotel. The


381-room, 20-story hotel will connect to the casino and include expanded meeting space, which will feature some unique rooms for clients to host events. It will also include a full-service spa, a casual dining restaurant, a lobby lounge and bar. Anticipated completion is 2014. The 780,000 sq. ft. casino currently has 43,000 sq. ft. of meeting space (including its Expo Center which is currently under- going renovations), its Woodland Dreams Ballroom and its Tribal Room. The casino also has 3,100 slot machines, nearly 100 table games, a 1,300-seat bingo hall, five full-service restaurants and a 500-seat theater. For more information, visit www.paysbig.com.


Menominee Casino Resort Makes Upgrades


Menominee Casino Resort located in Keshena, WI, has added a VIP Lounge for its Maple Level Players, and completely renovated its Forest Island Restaurant. The casino is also planning on replac- ing all carpet and wall coverings on the gaming floor by year’s end. The Menominee Casino Resort has 13,000 sq. ft. of meeting space for events up to 500 people, including a Grand Ballroom which opens to 8,100 sq. ft. or divides into four ballroom salons. For more information, visit www.menomineecasinoresort.com.


its F&B Outlets MGM Grand Detroit’s restaurants and nightlife are getting ex- citing enhancements and some are being completely made over. Breeze - the quick food service area with five distinct dining expe- riences has added a fiesta for your taste buds with a Mexican fare. In fall, the MGM Grand Detroit will introduce an incredible new sports pub that will pay homage to Michigan’s industrial and archi- tectural history, as well as celebrate downtown Detroit and its great sporting heritage. The MGM Grand Detroit has 30,000 sq. ft. of functional event space for accommodating private parties, confer- ences and events up to 1,200 people, including a Grand Ballroom which opens to 14,000 sq. ft. or divides into four pillar-less ballroom


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salons. For more information, visit www.mgmgranddetroit.com.


Kansas Speedway Earlier this year, the Village West area in Kansas City, Kan.,


Hollywood Casino Opens at the


opened its first casino, the Hollywood Casino. A joint venture between Kansas Speedway and Penn National Gaming, the ini- tial phase of the new $396 million complex at Turn 2 includes a 80,000+ square-foot gaming floor with 2,000 slot machines and 52 table games. There is also a sports bar, buffet and upscale steak house in the facility. Phase Two of the facility will include a mini- mum 250-room hotel. No construction start date has been set yet for Phase Two. For more information, visit www.hollywoodcasino- kansas.com.


Downtown Cleveland and Cincinnati Each Get Their


Own Casinos Rock Gaming LLC has partnered with Caesars En- tertainment, the world’s larg-


est gaming company, to develop and operate first-class casinos in downtown Cleveland and downtown Cincinnati under the Horse- shoe brand.


Horseshoe Casino Cleveland, a $350 million project located in


the historic Higbee Building opened on May 14, 2012 as Ohio’s first casino. The 300,000 sq. ft. facility features more than 2,100 slot machines, 65 table games and a World Series of Poker room with 30 tables. The facility also includes a 400 seat buffet, three outlet food courts and two bars.


Horseshoe Casino Cincinnati is a $400 million development on a 20-acres site in Cincinnati’s northeast side known as Broadway Commons. The 354,000 sq. ft. facility, which will open in spring 2013, will feature 2,000 slot machines, 85 table games and a World Series of Poker room with 31 poker tables. The casino will also include three outward facing restaurants to engage pedestrians and support existing businesses, cultural, nightlife and sports attractions downtown, and a 19,000 sq. ft. ballroom complemented by pre- function and outdoor balcony spaces. For more information, visit www.HorseshoeOhio.com.


MIDWEST MEETINGS FALL 2012


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