All-New Jackson Rancheria Casino Resort Celebrates Grand Opening of Refurbished Hotel, New Restaurants, Remodeled Entrance and Expanded Casino Floor

JACKSON, Calif., Oct. 30, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- After five years of construction, Jackson Rancheria Casino Resort celebrated the Grand Opening of its newly remodeled property today with a ribbon cutting ceremony and guided tours of the new facility.

The expansion and remodel cost over $80 million and includes a completely refurbished hotel, five new restaurants, entirely remodeled 35,000 square foot gaming area and Poker Room, expansive soaring eagle water feature and remodeled main entrance with improved access to the casino floor.

The Grand Opening ceremony took place under the newly remodeled porte-cochere with a traditional performance by Tribal drummers and dancers and concluded with a reception at Lone Wolf Restaurant & Lounge, the property's new modern steakhouse.

Bo Marks, Chairman of the Jackson Rancheria Band of Miwuk Indians, and Rich Hoffman, CEO of Jackson Rancheria, both spoke at the Grand Opening event.

"We are thrilled to celebrate the Grand Opening of the all new Jackson Rancheria Casino Resort," said CEO Rich Hoffman. "It has certainly been a much anticipated process and we appreciate the patience of our loyal guests and employees. Jackson Rancheria has grown tremendously over the years and our most recent renovations reflect that growth."

The Grand Opening festivities will continue through the month as Jackson Rancheria offers its guests several grand opening promotions – including the $2,000,000 Catch Your Dreams Grand Opening Giveway where players will have a chance to win a brand new home.

Jackson Rancheria Casino Resort is located at 12222 New York Ranch Road, Jackson, CA 95642. 800-822-WINN (9466),

Located in the Sierra foothills town of Jackson, CA, Jackson Rancheria Casino Resort is owned by the Jackson Rancheria Band of Miwuk Indians, a federally recognized Indian tribe. A sovereign government, the Rancheria is dedicated to developing projects that not only enhance the tribe's ability to remain self-reliant, but also reflect a commitment to be a good neighbor.

SOURCE Jackson Rancheria Casino Resort