Four Winds Casino Resort Celebrates Its First Anniversary
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July 24, 2008
NEW BUFFALO, MI - The Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians will celebrate the
first anniversary of their Four Winds Casino Resort on August 2nd. To
commemorate the event, the casino will be giving away several special prizes.
WIN $10,000 IN CASH
Players with W Club Players card can earn entries in a $10,000 drawing by
playing slots and table games between from July 28th through August 31st. The
$10,000 in cash will be given away starting at 1:00 p.m. on each drawing day.
WIN ONE OF TWO PORCHE BOXSTERS
Two new Porsche Boxsters will be given away! The first will be August 17th and
second on August 31st. More information is available at the W Club Players
WIN A POKERTEK ELECTRONIC POKER TABLE
The casino will hold a poker invitational at noon August 2nd to give away a
PokerTek Home Edition Automated Poker Table valued at $10,000.
Matt Harkness, the Four Winds GM, said, "It's been a tremendous first year for
the Four Winds Casino Resort. Since opening last year, Four Winds has awarded
nearly $3 million to W Club Members through our unique W Club Jackpots and
promotions, and more than $2.8 million through our wide-area progressive
jackpots. Four Winds is the only casino in the region to feature wide-area
progressive jackpots. We also have several promotions designed to reward our
loyal customers as we celebrate our first anniversary."
Four Winds Casino Resort has dedicated two percent of is electronic gaming
revenue to The Pokagon Fund which provided $2.6 million this year to local
charities and municipalities in the New Buffalo region.
"We're very proud of the impact that the Four Winds Casino Resort has had on the
local community. This includes the creation of thousands of jobs and donations
to The Pokagon Fund, which is a non-profit charitable organization dedicated to
enhancing the lives of the residents in the New Buffalo region through the
financial support of local governments, non profits, charities and other
organizations," said John Miller, Chairman, Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians.
"Donations from The Pokagon Fund have included the City of New Buffalo and New
Buffalo Township for improvements to public parks, Borgess-Lee Memorial Hospital
for the expansion and rebuilding of its emergency facilities, and the Hartford
Community Center for support of an after school tutoring program. These are only
a few of the nearly 70 projects funded to date."
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