This is the casino’s largest expansion project since the addition of video lottery terminals in 2004, adding an additional 33,000 square feet which will allow for 350 additional games and a new restaurant.

“It’s going to allow us to hopefully increase the experience for people here and increase our impact on the community from a job standpoint and from an economic standpoint,” Marketing Director Steve Martin said.

Officials at the casino have also said they may expand even more if an amendment authorizing Vegas-style gaming passes the state legislature this spring and is approved by voters statewide.

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