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Pechanga Band unveils multi-million dollar casino upgrade


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The Pechanga Band of Luiseño Indians in California unveiled the results of a multi-million dollar casino renovation project on Wednesday.

The tribe renovated 25,000 square-feet within the Pechanga Resort and Casino. Upgrades include a new grand entry / lobby, two new eateries and a new gift shop.

“It came out fantastic. … Elegant. Timeless,” Chairman Mark Macarro said at the opening ceremony, The Riverside Press-Enterprise reported.

The project represented the first major upgrade since the casino opened in June 2002.

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