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Pala to give away four Chevy Cameros in Sept.

29 June 2012

PALA, California -- (PRESS RELEASE) -- Pala Casino Spa & Resort will give away four brand new, 2012 Chevrolet Camaro 2LT automobiles, co-sponsored by Quality Chevrolet of Escondido, each Friday this September. But, Pala Privileges members can start earning entries into the drawings at 9 a.m., Sunday, July 1. Privileges membership is FREE just by signing up in the casino.

Players can swipe their Privileges cards once every 24 hours at the Chevrolet Camaro 2LT Giveaway kiosks located adjacent to the Camaro display in the casino. A regular Privileges card holder will receive one free entry daily; Gold cards receive two; Platinum, three, and Elite, five. Entries can be earned until 4 p.m., Friday, September 28.

Players who use their Privileges card at any slot machine or table game will receive 10 bonus entries into the Grand Prize Drawing for every tier point earned during the Giveaway. Poker players will earn 25 virtual entries for every hour played.

Grand Prize Drawings will start at 6 p.m., Friday, September 7, 14, 21 and 28. Players must activate their virtual entries each Friday after 12 p.m. by inserting their card in a slot machine, playing a table game, or swiping the card at the video kiosks, the Chevy Camaro kiosks or at the Privileges Center. Every half hour, there will be a drawing for $1,000 cash, a total of $10,000. The winner of the Chevrolet Camaro 2LT will be drawn at 11 p.m. Winners must be present to claim prizes. All virtual entries, even those of winners, will remain in the system and will roll over for the next drawing.

Pala Casino Spa & Resort reserves the right to alter this promotion. Drawings will be conducted in accordance with the rules. In case of force majeure, safety factors, equipment malfunctions or extenuating circumstances, Pala Casino reserves the right to modify procedures with the fairness and best interests of all participants.

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