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San Manuel Casino extend partnership with Anaheim Ducks

8 October 2019

(PRESS RELEASE) -- The Anaheim Ducks and San Manuel Casino announced today an expansion of their 13-year long partnership, which adds the newly created "The San Manuel Casino Winner's Circle," a Native American Heritage Night, and increases the number of hospitality and branding assets.

"The Anaheim Ducks are proud to be partners of San Manuel Casino and the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians. Our organizations align in two key pillars; giving back to our local community and creating one-of-a-kind experiences," said Bill Pedigo, Chief Commercial Officer for the Anaheim Ducks. "We are proud to expand and extend our 13-year long relationship, and we feel there is no better partner to do that with than San Manuel Casino."

As part of the expanded partnership, San Manuel Casino created "The San Manuel Casino Winner's Circle," which includes San Manuel Casino branding, as well as VIP membership perks for patrons sitting in the first two rows, Glass & Row B, at Honda Center. Members of the San Manuel Casino Winner's Circle will receive benefits such as access to the concierge entrances at Honda Center and special events. The Winner's Circle members will also receive exclusive benefits at San Manuel Casino, creating a shared VIP experience at both Honda Center and San Manuel Casino. In addition to the creation of this new area, the casino will continue to receive significant exposure throughout Honda Center for all games and events.

"The shared value of delivering a best-in-class guest experience between our organizations excites us in growing one of our longest partnerships in the region," said Peter Arceo, General Manager of San Manuel Casino. "With the Ducks, we look forward to another long-term commitment to delivering a thrilling experience for all."

In honor of the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians, the Anaheim Ducks will hold an inaugural Native American Heritage Night to commemorate the tribe and tribal culture. This season's heritage night will be held on Nov. 5 during their match against the Minnesota Wild. To kick off the tribute night, the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians Chairwoman, Lynn Valbuena, will have the honor of dropping the ceremonial first puck. Throughout the game, educational video spots featuring the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians and the tribal culture will run on the screens.

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