Valley River Casino to Undertake Renovations Worth 275Mil Dollars
A decision to upgrade Murpy’s Valley River Casino that will incorporate grand changes worth an astonishing 275Million Dollars, was made by the Cherokee Tribal Council in the beginning of July.
The decision was made as a result of long and thorough discussions among the Cherokee Tribal Council, which finally decided to finance this grand project.
Harrah’s Cherokee VP of Marketing – Brian Saunooke, commented:
“We couldn’t be more excited about this big announcement, and we are confident that the decision will be confirmed by Richard G. Sneed – Principal Chief of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Natives.”
Despite the fact that no further details were fixed in the Council’s resolution, nor were the grand plan’s details ever made public, according to Saunooke, the renovations will feature exciting additions such as a brand-new hotel tower, a new pool inside the building, a new café and a restaurant, as well as enlarged wagering and parking spaces.
Details about any specific dates have not yet been disclosed.
The investment in this masterplan is the most ambitious one for the establishment yet, almost doubling in numbers the investment in the initial opening of the property in 2015.
Further details will likely be available later this month, yet the timeline stays unclear.