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Gun Lake Tribe makes largest revenue sharing payout to date

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The gaming business paying off well for the Match-E-Be-Nash-She-Wish Band of Pottawatomi Indians, also known as the Gun Lake Tribe, and communities in Michigan.

After years of litigation, the tribe opened the Gun Lake Casino in early 2011.Since then, the tribe has shared over $27 million with the state and local governments, and a $8.6 million payment made on Tuesday has been the largest so far.

The $8.6 million topped the $8.1 million that the tribe shared just this past June. Under its Class III gaming compact, payments are made twice a year.

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Gun Lake Casino increases revenue-sharing payments to $8.6M (The Grand Rapids Business Journal 11/17)

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