April 16, 2016
A job fair will be held on April 19 ad 20 for the new Class II gaming center, Naskila Entertainment. The center is owned by the Alabama-Coushatta tribe.
The casino is located in Livingston. It 10,000 square feet of gaming floor with over 350 electronic games.
The job fair will be located at the tribe's Multi-Purpose center. Tribal members are invited to attend both days. The general public is invited to attend April 20.
During the job fair people will be able to learn more about open positions and meet with management.
In 2002 the tribe stopped operating Class II gaming. The tribe had been making $1 million a month from the casino. A court ruled against the tribe and the casino was forced to close.
In 2015 the National Indian Gaming Commission ruled in favor of the tribe that reinstated their federal recognition. This gave the tribe the right to sovereign reservation land. Allowing for the casino to reopen. In November an announcement was made that they were given permission to reopen the casino and offer their electronic gaming.
The opening date for the casino has not been released.
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