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Thunder Valley Casino Resort Has Biggest Jackpot Month in Over Five Years

Casino gives away over $13.4 million in March

LINCOLN, Calif., April 3, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Thunder Valley Casino Resort gave away $13,498,069 in jackpots over $1,200 during the month of March, making it the biggest month since May 2008.  

April looks to be just as promising as the $750,000 Main Event Cash Giveaway continues until May 2. Guests earn entries to be one of 144 guaranteed winners with a shot at up to $25,000 by playing their favorite slots and table games now through May 3. 

The big month at Thunder Valley Casino Resort comes just weeks after Thunder Valley announced an innovative partnership with MGM Resorts International. The partnership creates reciprocal benefits for both companies including exclusive offers to stay and play.

"March was our biggest month for jackpots in years, but things will only get better as we prepare for all of the spring and summer fun at Thunder Valley Casino Resort," said Dawn Clayton, General Manager of Thunder Valley Casino Resort. "In March, we launched our partnership with MGM, which offers our guests exclusive rewards they will not find anywhere else, and hosted the World Poker Tour event, which was streamed live online and attracted guests from around the world. We are now getting ready for our Summer Concert Series and our special seasonal menu in the Buffet, so there is really something for everyone here."

To see a list of the property's newest winners and receive exclusive offers and event updates, subscribe to Thunder Valley's newsletter by visiting: http://thundervalleyresort.com/Newsletter.

Top winners from last month are detailed below:

Jennifer H.

Sacramento, CA

$67,500.00

Fadi A.

Roseville, CA

$59,563.00

Dorothy B.

Antioch, CA

$24,361.00

Ronald M.

Spring, TX

$21,000.00

Maya C.

Sacramento, CA

$20,000.00

Florisa C.

Sacramento, CA

$15,000.00

Jennifer H.

Sacramento, CA

$14,000.00

David H.

Sacramento, CA

$12,500.00

Linda A.

Lincoln, CA

$12,500.00

Darrel C.

New Castle, CA

$10,000.00

David H.

Stika, AK

$10,000.00

Rosa W.

Oakland, CA

$10,000.00

Kimanh, W.

Rio Linda, CA

$10,000.00

Benjamin B.

El Sobrante, CA

$10,000.00

Christine P.

San Jose, CA

$10,000.00

 

Thunder Valley Casino Resort has been in the elite ranks of AAA Four Diamond award-winning resort destinations since 2011. Located 30 miles east of Sacramento, Thunder Valley Casino Resort offers 250,000 square feet of gaming space – including over 2,500 slot and video machines, 103 table games and a live poker room with space for 240 players.

Thunder Valley has 14 restaurants and bars as well as Mingle Bar, Falls Bar, Thunder Bar and High Steaks Bar. Thunder Valley Casino Resort is also home to a luxury, 17-story hotel with 297 rooms, including 40 suites and an expansive outdoor pool complete with private cabanas and Coconut, a poolside bar. 

The Spa at Thunder Valley features a wide variety of treatments including the exclusive 24-carat gold leaf facial. Also on property is a 3,700-space parking structure that leads guests directly into the casino and hotel.   For more information on upcoming promotions, entertainment and ticket sales, or to make a reservation at Thunder Valley's AAA Four Diamond resort, visit www. thundervalleyresort.com.

The United Auburn Indian Community opened Thunder Valley in June 2003.

SOURCE Thunder Valley Casino Resort

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