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It's business as usual as Fantasy Springs renovation project nears completion

28 November 2012

INDIO, California -- (PRESS RELEASE) -- The casinowide renovation project at Fantasy Springs Resort Casino is nearly complete, but why wait for the finishing touches when you can take a sneak peek at the massive transformation right now? The bulk of the construction takes place during the week, and every weekend Fantasy Springs is 100% open with all the best slots and table games.

Fantasy Springs General Manager Paul Ryan says, “We are committed to creating a world-class resort that is tasteful, fun and exciting. We know that our customers’ expectations are high and we are constantly striving to meet their entertainment needs. With the best restaurants in the valley and first-class room accommodations, this gaming-floor renovation shows our commitment to being the Coachella Valley's premier gaming destination.”

Construction crews have been working for months to create the sleek restyled casino floor. They have added new carpet, wall treatments and comfortable new chairs to enhance the gaming experience. A new wave of slot machines has already gone in and a sleek new club desk now sits right in the middle of the gaming floor.

Ryan says, “So many of the changes we are making to the resort are based on direct customer feedback. We are already hearing great reviews on the progress of the project and we are excited to be able to unveil the finished product in time for the 2013 season.”

Fantasy Springs Resort Casino provides an oasis in the desert, featuring 30 “Best of Gaming” awards from Casino Player magazine. Offering 2,000 of the hottest slots, world-class table games, entertainment, hotel, dining and golf at Eagle Falls, Fantasy Springs Resort Casino stands to meet and exceed the needs of its guests and the community. Fantasy Springs is a privately operated business of the Cabazon Band of Mission Indians.

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