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Nisqually Red Wind Casino celebrates 19 years of business

Casino values their guests with cash drawings

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In celebration of its 19th anniversary, Nisqually Red Wind Casino will draw for cash prizes totaling $68,400 among guests present on Thursdays May 12, 19 and 26, 2016.

Drawings for $1,900 will be held at 1 and 5 p.m. each day with a $19,000 drawing at 9 p.m.

"Celebrating our anniversary with cash drawings is one way of saying ‘thanks' to the guests who have contributed to our success," said Cheebo Frazier, General Manager and Nisqually Tribal member. "Nisqually Red Wind Casino has come so far since we opened in 1997. We appreciate the guests who have been with us since the early days as well as those who come from far and near to enjoy our expanded facilities."

Completed in 2015, a $45 million expansion and improvement project included construction of a 600-space parking garage and a smoke-free area featuring a bar, deli and gift shop; expansion of casino space from 42,700 sq. ft. to 95,000 sq. ft.; increase in the number of slot machines from 975 to 1,475; refurbishing the existing casino, buffet and grill; and opening a seafood restaurant.

"An important part of Red Wind's mission is giving back to the Nisqually Tribe and local communities," said Frazier. "Casino employment opportunities and economic benefits ripple throughout our region and contribute to high-quality social service programs, education and healthcare for Tribal members.

"Our 2015 smoking cessation and problem gambling charitable contributions totaled more than $320,000. Red Wind's 2015 contributions to a separate Tribal grant fund totaled more than $1.5 million and benefited multiple local groups, including Eatonville Fire and EMS Departments and Thurston 9-1-1. The 19th anniversary cash drawings provide another opportunity to acknowledge how much we value our guests," said Frazier.  

Nisqually Red Wind Casino is located 15 minutes east of Olympia, and is owned by the Nisqually Indian Tribe of southern Washington. For more information, visit

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