Wind Creek Bethlehem Celebrates Re-Branding – The Atmore Advance

PCI Gaming Authority from Wind Creek hospitality (WCH) celebrated the rebranding of its latest on October 10th casino, Wind Creek Bethlehem (WCB).

The celebration comes five months later Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board (PGCB) approved the sale of Sands Casino Resort in Bethlehem, Penn. to WCH for a total enterprise value of $ 1.3 billion. This is the 10th gaming facility operated by PCI Gaming, an agency of the Poarch Creek Indians (PCI).

Jay Dorris, President / CEO of Wind Creek A press release said: “Our team has worked to preserve what makes the property a special part of the Bethlehem community while introducing the Wind Creek brand, ours Wind Creek rewards Program and our focus on guest service. We invite everyone to come and see why they belong to Wind Creek Bethlehem. “

Opening celebrations included performances by the Poarch Creek Indians Tribal dancers and a visit to the Tribal princesses. Tribal Chairwoman Stephanie Bryan and PCI leadership welcomed elected officials and others from the community. Other activities included cutting ribbons, special game promotions, and announcing WCBs $ 25,000 charity contest Winner.

Wind Creek Bethlehem is top of the class, Las Vegas style resort, in the heart of the Lehigh Valley from Pennsylvania, about 80 miles from New York City. Facilities include: a 282 room AAA Four diamonds hotel;; a 183,000 square foot casino floor with 3,000 key and electronic table games and 200 Board games;; Plenty of dining options including three famous ones Emeril Lagasse Restaurants; a 150,000 square foot mall; and a multipurpose event center.

PCI Tribal Council member and WCH VP of Business Development Arthur Mothershed said, “This is a proud day for our tribe. We are excited to be part of the Lehigh Valley community and look forward to expanding this facility and providing additional jobs and economic growth to the surrounding areas. “

WCH anticipates immediate efforts to expand the property to include the construction of a 300-room hotel next to the casino. WCH also plans to push ahead with the renovation of the existing ones Machine shop 2.

Wind Creek Hospitality is an authority on the Poarch Band of Creek Indians. Wind Creek Hospitality manages the tribe’s gaming facilities including: Wind Creek Atmore, Wind Creek Wetumpka, Wind Creek Montgomery, Wind Creek Bethlehem, Wa She Shu Casino in Nevada, Renaissance Aruba Resort & Casino, Renaissance Curacao Resort & Casino, and WindCreekCasino .com as racetracks in Alabama and Florida. Further information can be found at:

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