On August 9, Graton Resort and Casino, currently under development in Rohnert Park, CA, began receiving the first delivery of its 3,000-plus slot machines that will adorn the 320,000-square-foot casino. The first slot machine was unloaded and presented by Graton Resort & Casino Vice President/General Manager Joe Hasson to Tim McLaughlin, Executive Director of the Graton Gaming Commission, whose obligation is to carry out the Tribe’s regulatory responsibilities in accordance with Tribal Law and the State Gaming Compact.
The slot machine installation will take roughly eight weeks to complete, which includes time for loading in, installation and testing. Interested gaming enthusiasts can get in on the action before the machines are officially ready for play by signing up for the Graton Rewards program at https://www.gratonresortcasino.com/Account/Signup.
The $800 million Graton Resort & Casino, located off U.S. Highway 101 in Rohnert Park, Calif., is scheduled to open in late 2013, subject to receiving all required regulatory approvals. Owned by the Federated Indians of Graton Rancheria, the facility will feature a full array of gaming, including table games, poker, slot machines and video poker, as well as numerous dining and bar and lounge venues. It is being developed and managed on behalf of the Tribe by Station Casinos, a Las Vegas-based gaming and hospitality firm that owns and operates numerous hotels, casinos and restaurants throughout Nevada. For more information about Graton Resort & Casino, visit www.GratonResortCasino.com.
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