Grand Opening festivities and a Ribbon Cutting ceremony will take place on December 16th, officially opening the first phase of the two phase project. Officials attending the event include Governor Mark Parkinson, Senate President Stephen Morris, Ed Van Petten Executive Director of the Kansas Lottery, Carol Sader, Chairman of the Kansas Racing and Gaming Commission, Clark Stewart, President and CEO of Butler National Corporation, Kim Goodnight, Chairman, 2nd District Commissioner, Rick Sowers, Mayor of Dodge City, KS and Michael Weece, Chairman of the Board, Dodge City Chamber of Commerce.
Upon successful completion of the control play day and the approval to open the casino by the Kansas Lottery and the Kansas Racing and Gaming Commission, the casino will be open to the public.
Featured attractions will be 584 electronic gaming machines, 12 table games, a 150 seat casual dining restaurant known as Firesides at Boot Hill , The Saloon for casual cocktails and a variety of imported and domestic draft beers, a snack bar for light fare on the go and a retail gift shop, Phase I of the project will be complete. Bringing the intrigue and excitement of the 1880’s Old West tradition to life, the project will mean significant economic growth for the region.
Phase II of the Boot Hill Casino & Resort project, scheduled for completion in February 2012, will see the addition of a 124 guest room hotel, indoor pool, 3,000 square foot salon and spa facility, a 20,000 square foot conference and entertainment facility, 15,000 square feet of additional gaming space and additional dining.
For more information about the new Boot Hill Casino & Resort, or information about careers with us, please visit www.boothillcasino.com.