Seminole Tribe goes Hard Rock
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TUESDAY, MAY 14, 2002

The Seminole Tribe of Florida broke ground on Monday on a $315 million casino resort and hotel project

The tribe has partnered with Hard Rock to create a casino to replace an existing one. The facility will feature 250 hotel rooms, 1,500-seat entertainment complex and 29,000 square feet of convention space.

Under the terms of the deal, Hard Rock will get percent of gaming revenues or $3 million, whichever is greater, plus 3 percent of hotel room revenues. The tribe doesn't yet have authority to offer Class III games on reservation land.

Get the Story:
Seminole Tribe ceremony marks start of hotel venture (The Miami Herald 5/14)
Work to resume on Seminoles' Hard Rock resort (The Ft. Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel 5/14)

Relevant Links:
The Seminole Tribe -
The Seminole Truth-

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