Ojibwa Casino Marquette Reveals Renovations During Today’s Soft Opening

During the tours of the new gaming floor.
During the tours of the new gaming floor.
The new gaming floor is beautiful!
The new gaming floor is beautiful!

Marquette, MI  –  December 20, 2019  –  This morning we joined Ojibwa Casino staff and Keweenaw Bay Indian Community leaders at Ojibwa Casino Marquette in Chocolay Township for the reveal of the newly renovated building.

During today’s ceremony the staff lead tours to present the newest features on the gaming floor and throughout the entire building. When you look at the building from the outside, you can instantly see it is about four times as long as the original design. That addition in length was used to truly elevate the experience at Ojibwa Casino Marquette and allow for new possibilities!

Making use of part of the new space, the casino is introducing two new signature restaurants including Superior Eats. The restaurant will be opening in February and feature a cafe-style menu. The second restaurant is also scheduled to open it’s doors in February.

During the tour guests also got to see the new Ojibwa Casino Concert Hall. The first showing in the theater will be on January 1, 2020. The updates also doubled the size of the casino floor with lots of new slot machines.

It is also known that the casino plans to had a hotel to the property in the coming years.

Make sure to drop by the casino to check out the incredible new porte cochere entrance and updated interior. The casino is currently running two promotions. Warm up with a Sherpa throw this winter. Just earn 150 points on your Rewards Club card on select Sundays in December to win this exclusive gift. Right now you can also join Santa’s $15,000 cavalcade of cash. Every Saturday in December the casino is hosting hourly drawings where you can win up to $1,000 and up to $2,000 during the grand prize drawings on December 28th. Visit the casino to learn more about both promotions!

 

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