Located 50 miles north of Omaha-Council Bluffs on Highway 29, Casino Omaha
opened its doors in 1992 and averaged about 18,000 customers a week. A few years
later 3 new casinos opened in the same area and business began to decline at
Due to the economic recession, Casino Omaha was forced to close its doors until
further notice. This forced the layoff of 185 casino employees. The casino is
Tribal owned. 95% of the former employees are tribal members.
Currently the casino is hopeful for a new business partner to assist in the new
casino plans. The casino has 8 game tables and 430 slot machines. There are
plans to modernize with ticketless gaming machines, improved guest services, and
improved drink and food operations.
The Casino is hopeful that is reopen its doors again in the next few months.
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