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Spirit Mountain Casino remains closed until further notice

1 April 2020

(PRESS RELEASE) -- Spirit Mountain Casino continues to monitor the COVID 19 pandemic. After careful consideration the Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde Tribal Council and Spirit Mountain Gaming Board of Directors have made the decision to extend the closure until further notice.

Our #1 priority remains the health and safety of our communities, team members and guests.

As part of our continued effort to take care of our valued employees and their families, we are providing each employee with an additional 120 hours of Paid Time Off (for a total of six weeks). By making this decision we are hoping to help our employees through April 29th. At this time, we cannot provide a definite reopen date. The modeling and forecasts indicate that if people comply with the “stay at home and stay safe” philosophy there is a possibility that we can begin to return to normal by May, however that is still uncertain.

“Everyday we watch the number of cases of COVID-19 grow across Oregon, the region, and the Country,” stated Grand Ronde Chairwoman Cheryle A. Kennedy. “These closures are one way that we can work to protect our staff, our community, and our guests.”

“Spirit Mountain Casino is using this time to continue the improvements to our facilities,” added Spirit Mountain Casino Manager Stan Dillon. “We’re continuing our remodel of the Lodge, re-vamping our menus, and looking forward to welcoming our guests when the COVID-19 crisis is behind us.”

Please continue to follow CDC guidelines; wash your hands, practice social distancing, and “stay at home and stay safe”.

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