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New Wind River Casino to open May 1


Wyoming Business Journal,  Monday, March 24, 2008 at 4:57:21 PM

Riverton -- Casino gaming in Wyoming begins a new era on May 1, when the Northern Arapaho Tribe opens its full-service Wind River Casino in a new 45,000-square-foot building south of Riverton.

The new casino, the state's largest, will feature 750 Las Vegas-style gaming machines, eight table games, two restaurants, an espresso bar, a gift shop, a separate 4,500-square-foot meeting/conference and entertainment center and a non-smoking gaming area with 70 machines. The new location also offers a paved and fully lighted 850-space parking area adjacent to the new casino.

With 420 employees, the majority of whom are Northern Arapaho tribal members, the new casino will be the tribe's largest employer.


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