New York tribal casino to open at Sylvan Beach

New York tribe plans casino at Sylvan Beach
A New York tribe aims to develop a casino to create 60 jobs.

The Oneida Indian Nation plans to open a New York tribal casino at Sylvan Beach that would generate 30 new jobs.

US.- There’s a new potential gaming venue coming to the north east of the US. Oneida Nation, a Wisconsin tribe, plans to open a New York tribal casino that would generate 60 jobs.

The tribal venue would operate at the site of the former DiCastro’s restaurant and event hall, at Sylvan Beach. The Oneida Nation wants to open it by May 2020, featuring several amenities, including dining options.

The New York tribal casino would increase the US$70 million revenue they generated for the state in 2019.

“We welcome the Oneida Indian Nation’s investment in our village,” Sylvan Beach Mayor Gregory Horan said. “Also, their assistance in helping us transform Sylvan Beach into a year-round tourist destination. It is always our top priority to develop new revenue streams which will help us maintain our tax base.”

NFL partnership

Sports and the gaming industry continue to get closer. That’s why NFL franchise Green Bay Packers has signed a deal with the Oneida Nation as its official casino partner.

The deal follows the NFL’s guidelines to create more robust partnerships between teams and casinos. The deal gives fans a chance to win 2019 season tickets, as well as a VIP weekend for a Packers game.

“As two strong Northeastern Wisconsin organizations, the Packers and Oneida Nation have a long history of working together,” said Craig Benzel, Packers Vice President of Sales and Business Development. “We look forward to building upon our partnership by creating new and exciting experiences for fans in the years ahead.”

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