San Manuel Casino to Unveil Phase 1 of $550mn Expansion on July 24

The San Manuel Band of Mission Indians is set to unveil phase one of the ongoing $550 million expansion of San Manuel Casino on July 24, the Highland, California-based casino’s 35th anniversary.

The first phase of the multimillion-dollar project includes expanded gaming space, a 24-hour restaurant, a high-end dining outlet, new retail shops, and the property’s first hotel, among other amenities.

The San Manuel tribe is looking to fill nearly 2,500 new job positions by the end of the year and is said to be well on track to accomplishing that goal. There is an ongoing recruitment initiative for cooks, cashiers, custodians/janitors, groundskeepers, and more. The tribe has also begun filling hospitality jobs.

Construction work on the project kicked off in the summer of 2018 marking the start of the largest expansion at the gambling venue since its opening more than three decades ago.

San Manuel Casino first opened doors as a bingo hall on July 24, 1986. In 1994, the venue was expanded into a 100,000-square-foot casino with slot machines and card games. San Manuel closed its bingo hall in 2017 and changed the property’s name from San Manuel Indian Bingo and Casino to San Manuel Casino. What’s Scheduled to Open on July 24

San Manuel will next week unveil its expanded casino floor. The tribe has added two new floors of gaming space and its casino will now cover 270,000 square feet of space. As part of the expansion, 1,300 new slot machines will be added to bring the gambling […]

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