Four Winds Casino Resort: NewsHard Rock Cafe adds outdoor service
A new outdoor patio at Hard Rock Cafe Four Winds will open on Monday, June 24 and will feature full dining and beverage service. The patio will include traditional outdoor table seating, soft lounge chairs, and a fire pit. The patio is 1,600 square feet and has room for up to 70 people.
Casino Monthly Promotions
W Club members can win one of two 2013 Chevy Corvette coupes, each valued at $50,000 and a share of over $20,000 in cash on Saturday, July 27. Additionally, guests are invited to celebrate Father’s Day at the Buffet on Sunday, June 16.
BINGO at the FOUR WINDS CASINO!
The Four Winds Casino Resort offers Bingo on select weekends in March at Four Winds New Buffalo’s Silver Creek Event Center.
New Hotel Tower Open for Business
Four Winds Casino Resort opened its new, nine-story, 250 room hotel tower, on Friday, June 29. The new hotel tower contains a mix of standard rooms and suites furnished in the same exquisite style as Four Winds New Buffalo's existing 165 rooms.
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Hard Rock Cafe is Now Open
The Four Winds Casino Resort has opened the doors on the only Hard Rock Cafe in Southwest Michigan! The 12,000 sq. ft. combination entertainment and food venue is located adjacent the gaming floor and spans two levels with seating for 275 and a performance stage. The Hard Rock Cafe offers a classic American menu, rock n' roll memorabilia and live entertainment (admission fee may apply). The Hard Rock Cafe is open 11am - 2am daily.
Da Coach & Four Winds Casino Team up
Four Winds Casino goers who walked through the main entrance (rotunda) on Sunday, August 24th got a little extra excitement. NFL Hall of Famer and former Chicago Bears Coach Mike Ditka was there receiving check from Matt Harkness, General Manager of the Four Winds Casino Resort for $20,000.
You see Mike had brought a few friends to town for a little Blackjack. Notre Dame and Green Packer's legend Paul Hornung, former Bears great Gale Sayers, Conrad Dobler, Mercury Morris, Deacon Jones and Jack Youngblood among those taking part in a fund raiser for Da Coach's charity 'Gridiron Greats Assistance Fund' - benefiting retired and injured NFL players who don't make the big bucks like today's players.
For an entry fee for $750 a player had the opportunity to play next to an NFL legend and a chance to win up to $15,000 if they took first place in the tournament.
Mike Ditka's fund raiser is, as he explained, just a way to help out the guys who played the game, retired early (maybe for medical reasons) and got a very small pension (a few hundred dollars a month) and are now having a rough time. Insisting that his charity is not a solution – only a band-aid, Ditka says the NFL disability system is flawed.
"The only people who aren't getting anything are the people in dire need and the people who took their pension early. "I didn't take my pension early, so I get a good pension. But a lot of guys took their pension early because they were recommended to take it early, so there is a little bit of an injustice there. But that's not what we are complaining about. We are complaining about a disability system that is not a good system. Period," Ditka explained.
The Four Winds Casino donated an additional $15,000 to the Gridiron Greats Assistance Fund after the celebrity blackjack tournament had concluded.
The Gridiron Greats Assistance Fund is a non-profit organization that provides financial assistance, social and medical services to retired NFL players in dire need. The organization focuses on the humanitarian side of post-football related issues, providing hands-on assistance to help retired players deal with hardships they may face after football. For more information about the Coach Ditka's Charity, visit www.GridIronGreats.org
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