Read original article at Memphis Business Journal While it won’t be open in time for Elvis Week 2016, the Guest House at Graceland now has a target opening date. The 450-room hotel, which is currently under construction along Elvis PresleyBoulevard, will open in October 2016, with a grand opening celebration scheduled for Oct. 27-30.
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See Full Article in Casino Enterprise Management For nearly a decade, Casino Enterprise Management has had the privilege of bringing recognition and honor to the legions of talented women professionals in the gaming industry through our Great Women of Gaming Awards. Over the years, we have found no shortage of worthy individuals for consideration for this honor…. Read more »
ORIGINAL ARTICLE AT INDIAN COUNTRY TODAY In the gaming world, much emphasis is placed on potential. Facilities often tout numbers of slot machines, table games and average winnings. But ICTMN found 10 Native-owned casinos and resorts that combine state-of-art gaming options with stunning architecture and design, offering guests the best of gaming, and an authentic… Read more »
FROM CASINO JOURNAL Items tend to grow big on the Great Plaines, whether its corn, wheat or, in the case of Oklahoma, its burgeoning tribal gaming industry.
See full article in Memphis Business Journal Eat Good. Feel Good. Do Good. That’s the motto of an East Memphis restaurant set to open in early August.
We’re excited that our One Beale mixed-use development project is moving ahead. From the Memphis Business Journal
A new four-story, 94-room hotel adjacent to The Point Casino in Kingston will break ground this fall. The S’Klallam Tribe and its economic division — Noo-Kayet Development Corp. — plan to open the Point Hotel in the fall of 2016.
Four-story, 94-room boutique hotel located adjacent to The Point Casino The Port Gamble S’Klallam Tribe (PGST) and its economic division, Noo-Kayet Development Corporation (NKDC), have announced plans for a four-story, 94-room hotel to be built adjacent to The Point Casino in Kingston, Washington.
You’ll sit in the outdoor gathering area and you’ll notice that the stained concrete floor will have a design resembling a Coast Salish spindle whorl. You’ll enjoy some quiet time or, perhaps, a salmon or clambake. Maybe you’ll go on a walk among the tall cedars and firs that share the adjacent forest with 12-foot… Read more »
See full article in Casino Enterprise Management Hot Springs, Ark., is a lakefront resort town with a long and infamous history in the world of gaming. Once a haven for the rich and famous, the secluded town, located just southwest of Little Rock, became known as The Spa City—America’s First Resort, due to the area’s… Read more »