Wind Creek Bethlehem completes rebranding

Wind Creek Hospitality has celebrated that it has completed the rebranding of Wind Creek Bethlehem.

US.- PCI Gaming Authority Wind Creek Hospitality has celebrated the rebranding of its Wind Creek Bethlehem casino. The entity had acquired the casino from Las Vegas Sands for US$1.3 billion five months ago.

The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board (PGCB) approved the sale of Sands Casino Resort in Bethlehem back in May. After the acquisition, PCI Gaming now operates ten casinos.

The grand opening festivities included the presence of Tribal Chair Stephanie Bryan and PCI leadership. The event also included performances by the Poarch Band of Creek Indians Tribal Dancers and a visit by Tribal Princesses.

The facility includes a 282-room AAA Four Diamond hotel; a 183,000 square foot casino floor featuring 3,000 slots and electronic table games, and 200 table games; numerous food and beverage outlets including three famed Emeril Lagasse restaurants; a 150,000 square foot retail mall; and a multi-purpose event centre.

Wind Creek President/CEO Jay Dorris commented, “Our team has worked to preserve what makes the property a special part of the Bethlehem community while introducing the Wind Creek brand, our Wind Creek Rewards program and our focus towards guest service. We invite everyone to come to visit and see why they belong at Wind Creek Bethlehem.”

PCI Tribal Council Member and WCH VP of Business Development Arthur Mothershed remarked, “This is a proud day for our Tribe. We are pleased to be part of the Lehigh Valley community and look forward to continued expansion at this facility and offering additional jobs and economic growth to the surrounding areas.”

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