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US – San Manuel Band of Mission Indians adding hotel to its casino

By - 26 July 2018

The San Manuel Band of Mission Indians have held a ceremony to officially begin its major expansion project through Yaamava’, a celebratory event and groundbreaking ceremony at its casino in San Bernardino County in California.

The expansion is set to include San Manuel Casino’s first onsite hotel, a world-class entertainment venue, an expanded casino and an array of state-of-the-art amenities, including new dining experiences, retail and event spaces, and more. This project is a major step forward for the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians and the surrounding community that brings employment opportunities as well as enhanced entertainment experiences to our casino guests.

“We couldn’t be more humbled and proud to start this new project, one that embodies the new growth and revitalisation of Yaamava’, meaning spring, a season that brings new life and boundless potential. This time of renewal is an opportunity to recommit ourselves to the words of our ancestors to ‘never forget who we are or where we came from,'” said Lynn Valbuena, Chairwoman of the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians. “In keeping with our core value of Unity, this project gains its success through the collaboration, dedication and commitment of all the San Manuel team members, patrons, community supporters, and construction partners.”

“From construction to completion, this project will add a high volume of employment opportunities,” said Jerry Paresa, Chief Executive Officer of the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians. “Breaking ground today provides us with the opportunity to create more jobs that benefit the region.”

“Today we are taking ‘all thrill’ to the next level,” said Loren Gill, General Manager, San Manuel Casino. “We are grateful that our guests have made San Manuel Casino a top entertainment destination in the region, and our team looks forward to providing a world-class experience as we continue to grow.”

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