Cherokee Nation opens its 10th casino of worth $30 million in Grove

By | January 19, 2017

Cherokee Nation opens its 10th casino of worth $30 million in GroveCherokee Nation has opened its 10th casino in Grove. The casino is worth $30 Million and is one of the best among others.

The chief of nation Mr. Bill John Baker is very proud about this new casino property. He is very enthusiast about the success of the project in this freezing temperate.

Speaking in front of 100 odd people Baker said that who would have thought this, when we started the project before eight months, but it’s a beautiful day when we are here in Cherokee Nation.

This new Casino in Grove is worth $30 Million and is located in 39,000-square foot. The casino has created 175 new jobs for the locals and many other will be hired in near future said the chairman while cutting the ribbon and grand opening ceremony.

He further said that economy will grow up here. It will generate more money and revenue for the state and community. This will also make a direct impact on Grand Lake area.

Mayor of the area Marty Follis said that it’s a great moment for u to inaugurate this new property in our region. It’ll help our local economy and will create more jobs in the region. That would be very beneficial for grove, Follis said.

This would be the third casino of the state i.e. Delaware county which is located just 10 miles from Shangri La Golf Club, Resort and Marina.

The casino place will include 400 + electronic games, restaurants, a full-service bar, many other entertainment things ad a nonalcoholic place as well for people do not drink.

Cherokee Nation currently offers casinos in Fort Gibson, Hard Rock Casino Tulsa, Ramona Casino, Roland Casino, Sallisaw, South Coffeyville, Tahlequah in West Siloam Springs and Will Rogers Downs.

The newly opened casino in Grove on Highway 59 and East 250 Road, this lakeside casino place is in 24-acre.