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Quest for Cash Finale Promises Entertainment, Suspense and $100,000 for Someone!



One lucky John’s Club member will end his or her “Quest for Cash” with a big night at John Ascuaga’s Nugget on Saturday, May 21 at 9 p.m.  One winner will be chosen from among 300 “Golden Ticket” holders to take home the $100,000 Grand Prize in Quest for Cash, the Nugget’s $750,000 swipe and win promotion which began last fall.

“By the time of the grand prize drawing, three hundred of our John’s Club players will have earned their way to a Golden Ticket, and a 1 in 300 chance to win the $100,000 Grand Prize,” said Beth Cooney, executive director of marketing for the Nugget.

The final ten players will earn their Golden Tickets in the wild card drawing on the night of the 21st. From those 300 tickets, ten will be selected. Those players will then select sealed envelopes containing cash prizes.  Eleven of them are $500 prizes.  One of them is the grand prize of $100,000.

The climactic event of Quest for Cash will be held in the Nugget’s Rose Ballroom.  In addition to the grand prize, $5000 in secondary prizes will be awarded.  Ten of “The Nuggettes” showgirls will also be performing on stage and will lead the parade of winners – the Golden Ticket holders – into the ballroom.

Complete rules and additional information on Quest for Cash are available at the Quest for cash display on the casino floor.  For more information about John Ascuaga’s Nugget, visit www.januuget.com or call 1-800-648-1177.

John Ascuaga’s Nugget is one of the few family-owned casino resorts left in the country. Founded as a coffee shop with a few slot machines on March 17, 1955, John Ascuaga has built the Nugget into a world-class, full-service gaming resort destination with 1,500 hotel rooms, eight restaurants, 1,100 slot machines and more.

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