Issue 41
June 19 - 25, 2001
Volume 1
page 2

Free Lunch at
Wild Wild West Gambling Hall

There is such a thing as a free lunch, at least for bar-top machine guests at Las Vegas' Wild Wild West Gambling Hall & Hotel, which is offering a special free lunch promotion on a continuous basis.

When you play $20 on any machine at the casino's Loose Trax bar, anytime between 10:30 a.m. and 3 p.m. daily, lunch is on the house.

Lunch selections include daily specials from the 24-hour Gamblers Grill, a choice of burgers, a barbecue brisket sandwich, chicken wings, pasta and plenty of sandwiches.

Wild Wild West Gambling Hall & Hotel features 250 slot and video poker machines including Triple Play multi-denominational and multi-game machines, Double Double and Triple Bonus Poker, and Megabucks. Wild Wild West also offers six table games. Guests can enjoy a game of blackjack on any of the four tables. A roulette table and a mini-dice game complete the equation. A 75-seat sports book is also available with three 70-inch big-screen televisions for all the latest sports action.

Wild Wild West Gambling Hall & Hotel is located at the intersection of Industrial Road and Tropicana Avenue in Las Vegas, NV. Call 702-740-0000 for more information.

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Park Place to Add Energy Surcharge in Nevada - LAS VEGAS, NV - Park Place Entertainment Corp. said on June 12 it will add an energy surcharge to nightly room rates at its Nevada casinos, making it the fourth major gaming company to add such a charge to offset soaring energy prices.

Las Vegas-based Park Place joined Harrah's Entertainment Inc., Station Casinos Inc. and MGM Mirage in levying the charge in Nevada where electricity prices have risen 30 percent in recent months.

The move makes Mandalay Resort Group the only major casino operator that has yet to implement an energy surcharge for its Nevada properties.

Park Place said the $3 nightly surcharge would apply to its Bally's Las Vegas, Paris Las Vegas, Flamingo Las Vegas, Las Vegas Hilton, Caesars Palace Las Vegas, Flamingo Reno, Reno Hilton, Caesars Tahoe and Flamingo Laughlin properties.

The charge will take effect for room rates confirmed on or after June 15.

First WMS Gaming Video Slot Machines Installed in Australia - WAUKEGAN, IL -- WMS Gaming Inc., a subsidiary of WMS Industries Inc. announced on June 15 the first installations of its Jackpot Party� multi-line, multi-coin video slot machines have begun in clubs and casinos in New South Wales, Australia. The installations mark the premier of WMS Gaming products in the largest gaming market outside of the United States and highlight the realization of the Company's plan to place games in Australia.

WMS Gaming is headquartered in Waukegan, IL, with regional offices in all major domestic gaming jurisdictions, as well as Barcelona, Spain, Johannesburg, South Africa and Sydney, Australia.

Doobie Brothers

One of America's most loved rock and roll bands, The Doobie Brothers, will bring their high-energy. crowd pleasing sound to the Grand Cayman at Trump Marina Hotel Casino on July 20.

From guitar fuled favorites like "China Grove" and "Long Train Running," to the folky "Black Water," The Doobie Brothers have sold over 50 million records and had 16 top 40 hits. They have collected 2 Grammy's, sold 11 Multi-Platinum ablums and 13 Gold albums, and have had the honorable distinction of receiving The Diamond Award for "Best of the Doobies Vol. 1."

July 20 at 10:00 p.m.

$28, $42.50, $55 plus tax

For more information please call Trump Marina box office at 800-777-8477.
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