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Table Mountain Casino offers veterans promotion

9 November 2006

FRESNO, California – (PRESS RELEASE) -- This year's downtown Fresno Veteran's Day Parade (Saturday, November 11) saluting our local American heroes will be followed by a discounted $10 Buffet and $10 Match Play Coupon offer to Veterans at Table Mountain Casino.

According to Art Hill, Executive Director of the Veteran's Memorial Museum (home of the Legion of Valor), this recognition of Veterans' past military service is especially meaningful because "The least we must do for those who follow is to appreciate the price of freedom and honor the values we share as a nation."

After the Veteran's Day Parade on Saturday, November 11th, Veterans are urged to visit Table Mountain Casino's Mountain Feast Buffet to receive a discounted $10 Buffet and $10 Match Play Coupon simply by showing a Veteran's ID. For those not driving, FREE round-trip bus transportation is available every hour from 11 am to 7 pm from the Fresno Ag Hardware parking lot at the S.E. corner of Blackstone and Gettysburg on Saturday, November 11th.

The Veteran's Memorial Museum began as a volunteer collaboration between the City of Fresno and several Legion of Valor families to appropriately use the Fresno Veterans Memorial Auditorium in ways that honored veterans and served the community. That volunteer staffing effort has grown over the years with community and corporate support. The museum now houses thousands of items and papers of historic significance and donated memorabilia that tell the story of America's wars through the eyes and hearts of individual soldiers, sailors, airmen and marines.

"We are long-term supporters of the Museum because we believe the valor of our Veterans is a lesson in courage and patriotism that benefits us all. It is our responsibility to honor that valor and to share its lessons with the community in ways that sustain the values of those who have sacrificed so much for us all," says John Mayewski, President and CEO of Table Mountain Casino.

The Museum is open from 10 am to 3 pm Monday through Saturday. Special hours for groups can be arranged. Admission is free.

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