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Red Hawk Casino voted best in nine Western states three years in a row

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November 02, 2013 |

Red Hawk Casino announced Nov. 1 that it was once again voted  Best Casino in the 2013 Strictly Slots Magazine’s “Best of Slots” Awards in the Native West category that includes Native American Casinos in nine western states. Red Hawk took home 10 first place wins, including Best Overall Casino, Casino Where You Feel Luckiest, Best Slot Club, Best Slot Club Promotions, Best Variety of Slots, Best Reel Slots, Best Video Slots, Best Penny Slots, Best Nickel Slots and Best 50-cent Slots.

“We are incredibly honored to have been voted Best Casino for the third consecutive year by our players and Strictly Slots Magazine,” said Bryan deLugo, general manager at Red Hawk Casino. “These awards are a reflection of our dedicated team members who provide an unmatched casino experience to our guests each and every day.”

Red Hawk Casino is the destination of choice for casino excitement, celebrating more jackpots, more often, to more winners.  Guests at Red Hawk enjoy more than 2,300 slot machines and an amazing variety of table games.  Casino amenities also include an entire floor dedicated to non-smoking. Entertainment offerings feature some of the region’s most popular bands, with a recently renovated entertainment lounge and bar. Additionally, Red Hawk is pleased to offer Cyber Quest® arcade and Kids Quest®, an hourly child care service for children six weeks to 12 years old.

Red Hawk Casino features six award-winning restaurants that will satisfy every palate, from Henry’s Steakhouse, to the Waterfall Buffet, with more than 280 delicious items. Guests can also enjoy the Southwestern flare of Koto Grille, featuring a casual atmosphere with amazing views, or a quick bite at Two Rivers Café, conveniently located on the casino floor.  Pearl Asian Cuisine offers an authentic Chinese experience with delicious and creative dishes that will leave every guest satisfied.  The recent addition of Pearl Express offers guests the same great Pearl flavors in a take-out environment.

Red Hawk Casino is located on Highway 50 at Red Hawk Parkway.

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