Today, June 30, 2017, the Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe (“Tribe”) will be holding a ground breaking ceremony for the expansion of its Saganing Eagles Landing Casino in Standish, Michigan.

According to the Tribe, the planned expansion will include the addition of a five-story hotel with 148 guest rooms and a hospitality suite, a full-service restaurant, additional retail space and additional gaming space that will accommodate up to 400 additional slot machines.

The estimated completion for the expansion is approximately 18 months with a grand opening scheduled for early 2019.

Tribal Chief Frank Cloutier stated, “[t]his expansion further solidifies our presence in our aboriginal territory and shows our commitment to the community and economic growth for the region.  I am very proud of our abilities and our staff for all that they do to make the Saganing Eagles Landing one of the most preferred places to visit.  Chi Miigwetch (Thank You) to all of our patrons for your visits and soon to be your play and stay experience. There are so many possibilities for a brighter future and with continued collaboration we will look forward to enjoying them together”.

The Saganing Eagles Landing Casino opened on December 31, 2007 and currently sits on over 350 acres of land in Arenac County, approximately 30 miles north of Bay City, Michigan. The Casino features a 32,000 square foot gaming floor with over 700 slot machines and 40 electronic table games.

Visit: saganing-eagleslanding.com for more information.


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