MORTON - The Lower Sioux Indian Community will celebrate the recently completed $22 million Jackpot Junction Casino & Hotel expansion and renovation project with a ribbon-cutting ceremony at 2:30 p.m. Sept. 14.

The project virtually replaced the entire gaming floor.

“It’s truly a new Jackpot Junction,’’ says General Manager Barry Milligan, “completely updated inside and out, a new fresh modern look and feel, something that everyone involved can truly be proud of.”

Some of the highlights include an expanded gaming floor creating a more open and spacious slot layout; a separate high-limit slot and table game area; a VIP lounge; 225-seat bingo hall; 160-seat sports bar and entertainment venue; centrally located players club and cashiers; highly visible promotions area; and a new in-floor displacement ventilation system.

Along with the ceremony, Lower Sioux will host a tribal leaders forum for all tribal leaders in Minnesota. Also, the Minnesota American Indian Chamber of Commerce along with the Minnesota Indian Affairs Council will conduct their quarterly meetings at Jackpot Junction Sept. 14.

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