Tribal Organization: Ponca Tribe of Oklahoma
I-35 and US Hwy 412
The Ponca Tribe is building a $40 million casino at the junction of I-35 and US Hwy 412 near Perry east of Enid, Oklahoma.
The Fancy Dance Casino will have a 10,000 sq-ft casino, 290 gaming machines, food services and a smoke shop. If financially successful the Ponca have a future plan to add a hotel, fine dining venues, and a fueling station with a convenience store.
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10,000 square feet
290 gaming machines
Food service will be available
Details to be announced
Details to be announced
November 16, 2019
Ponca Enterprise Gaming, a subsidiary of the Ponca Tribe of Indians of Oklahoma, has begun construction of a new casino named Fancy Dance Casino near Perry, Oklahoma at I-35 and US Hwy 412. Construction will take nine months to complete.
Richard Lonsinger, CEO of Ponca Enterprise Gaming, said:
"The new Fancy Dance Casino will be a source of revenue and stable employment for the Ponca Tribe and residents for years to come. The selection of three Oklahoma-based companies is a prime example of how quickly it will begin making a difference for Oklahomans.
"We're proud to be the source of such great economic impact not only to surrounding counties but also to our tribe's members."
The new casino will have 10,000 square feet of space, 290 slot machines, a restaurant and 90 employees.
November 14, 2017
Late next year a casino will open near Enid. The announcement was made on Tuesday by the Ponca Tribe of Indians of Oklahoma.
The casino named Fancy Dance Casino is scheduled to begin construction in March of 2018. It will be 12,000 square feet and located near U.S. 412 and Interstate 35. There will be 250 gaming machines in operation.
Chickasaw Nation's Global Gaming Solutions are collaborating in the casino project. The Ponca Tribe will wholly operate and own the casino.
The Ponca Tribe is already a large employer in the area. The tribe has hired 150 people in Noble and Kay counties.250 construction jobs have been created. 50 full time jobs will be created during the first phase of the casino.
Future phases include a hotel and fine dining. As well as a fueling station and store.
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