7 Clans opens Perry casino

Ponca City Now - April 5, 2016 10:55 am

7 Clans Casinos, owned and operated by the Otoe-Missouria Tribe, announces the opening of their newest casino location at 511 Kaw Street in Perry, Oklahoma.

The new Perry location is a 4,500-square-foot facility that includes over 100 slot machines, blackjack, poker and a drive-thru smoke shop. Guests can enjoy fresh hot and cold food offerings at the café, and can unwind at the casino bar.

“We’ve been working hard to open up our fifth gaming property location,” said John Shotton, tribal council chairman. “We couldn’t be more pleased and proud to open our newest property in the Perry community. I am confident it will become a great addition to the community. We look forward to many new experiences and opportunities to partner with our friends in the north-central Oklahoma community.”

7 Clans Casinos, owned and operated by the Otoe-Missouria Tribe, consists of five gaming properties located in Oklahoma: Paradise Casino, First Council Casino Hotel, Chilocco Gasino, Red Rock Gasino and the Perry Casino. For more information, visit http://sevenclans.com.


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