TULSA - Cherokee Nation Entertainment announced the ground breaking last month
on its 8th casino at a 20-acre site near Ramona on Highway 75 between Tulsa and
The 10,000-square-foot casino is scheduled to open in early summer. It will host
200+ slot machines and provide a food and beverage concession.
"Our goal is first and foremost to create good-paying, stable jobs in our
Cherokee communities," said David Stewart, CEO of Cherokee Nation Enterprises.
"We have proven that our gaming operations are an asset to the communities in
which we reside. The city of Ramona recognizes this and has been a very
welcoming and great partner to work with."
"We are starting site work immediately, including access roads and foundation
work. We anticipate having buildings in place and opening to the public in early
summer," said Stewart.
Cherokee Nation Entertainment is owned by the Cherokee Nation and operates the
Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tulsa and six Cherokee Casinos located in Claremore,
Roland, West Siloam Springs, Fort Gibson, Sallisaw and Tahlequah.
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