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Grand Sierra Resort and Casino's August promotions

6 August 2020

(PRESS RELEASE) -- Missing the annual pilgrimage to Reno for Hot August Nights? No need to worry, classic car enthusiasts can still get their fix. Head on up to Grand Sierra Resort and Casino for the brand new $55,000 Grand Summer Nights giveaway, where Club Grand members can earn a chance to win a classic 1957 Ford Thunderbird or $22,500 cash.

Members receive free entries through Saturday, 8 August, and can get more chances to win with additional drawing entries for every base point earned. Get more chances to win with daily drawings at 5 p.m., 6 p.m., 7 p.m. and 8 p.m. Tuesday, 4 August through Friday, 7 August. At each drawing, one lucky contestant will receive a finalist position to win the ’57 Ford Thunderbird.

On Saturday, 8 August, the final four winners will be chosen in the finale drawings at 7 p.m., 8 p.m., 9 p.m. and 10 p.m. All finalists will play the Grand Summer Nights game at 11 p.m. with one guaranteed winner, who will receive a 1957 Ford Thunderbird (or substitute vehicle for similar make, model or price) or $22,500 cash.

Not a Club Grand member? Sign up at the Club Grand kiosk and receive free entries instantly. Players won’t want to miss out on the benefits of joining Club Grand. It’s free and offers better rewards than ever before, including benefits that no other players club in northern Nevada offers. Club Grand members can convert points to free play any time and receive point multipliers any day based on their card level.

Enhancements to the resort’s health and safety protocols were developed in collaboration with health experts. GSR Clean furthers the resort’s already rigorous sanitation protocols as well as implements social distance considerations and hundreds of additional practices to minimize risk for guests and team members.

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