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Grand Sierra Resort to unveil new look to locals Aug. 25

By ThisIsReno


WHAT:                 Next Saturday, Aug. 25, Reno Mayor Bob Cashell and Sparks Mayor Geno Martini will join Grand Sierra Resort (GSR) executives for a special ribbon cutting to celebrate the renewed look and feel of the 34-year-old property. The ribbon cutting kicks off a weekend full of exciting activities, events and entertainment as well as an opportunity for locals to experience the modern look and feel of Reno’s premiere resort destination. With its new lobby, hotel rooms, casino floor, restaurants, nightlife and other amenities, GSR is thrilled to unveil a new and even more Grand experience to each person that walks through its doors. Furthermore, the ribbon cutting will mark the commencement of the Grand Millionaire, a year-long promotion that provides locals with a one in 1,000 chance to win $1 million. (The million dollar payout consists of $500,000 cash and $500,000 free play. Visit Players Club for official rules, http://grandsierraresort.com.)

WHO:                   Grand Sierra Resort owners and executives will be joined by special guests Reno Mayor Bob Cashell and Sparks Mayor Geno Martini.

WHEN:                 10 a.m. on Saturday, Aug. 25, in the Grand Sierra Resort lobby.

WHERE:              Grand Sierra Resort and Casino main lobby, 2500 E. 2nd St., Reno.

ABOUT GSR:       Located in the heart of the Reno/Tahoe region, Grand Sierra Resort is an all-encompassing resort with nearly 2,000 guest rooms and suites and 200,000 square feet of meeting and convention space. The destination offers visitors a wide variety of amenities including branded retail shopping, famed entertainment, 10 delectable restaurant choices including Charlie Palmer Steak and Lounge, a two-screen cinema, a 50-lane bowling center, adrenaline-pumping rides, an aqua golf driving range and exhilarating nightlife. For more information, please visit www.grandsierraresort.com or to make reservations call 1-800-648-5080. For the latest and greatest news on GSR, check it out on Facebook and Twitter.


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