Ho-Chunk Gaming Wittenberg, the area’s premier entertainment and lodging destination, will hold its Grand Opening Celebration NEXT Wednesday, July 11, 2018. Guests are cordially invited to attend the momentous occasion and to partake in the festivities beginning at 3:00 p.m. The first 600 Guests will receive a Mystery Bag with a GUARANTEED prize of Rewards Play or a chance to win up to $5,000 CASH! The Ribbon Cutting Ceremony will be held under the Porte Cochere at 5:00 p.m. in the presence of Ho-Chunk Tribal Members, Dignitaries, Chamber Ambassadors and Guests from near and far. Following the Ribbon Cutting, complimentary refreshments and a lite bite will be served; while supplies last. The drawing barrel will be rolled out and EXCLUSIVE drawings will take place from 7:00 P.M. to 9:00 p.m., every FIFTEEN minutes. Once the sky transforms to dusk, Ho-Chunk Gaming Wittenberg in partnership with Fireworks Country will present a must-see flamboyant fireworks display.
The 33-million-dollar renovation of Ho-Chunk Gaming Wittenberg consists of a stylish new 86- room, 5-story hotel; the 80-seat, 3 meal restaurant named The River’s Edge, a renovated Forest Edge Snack Bar, 2 full services bars, Non-Smoking and High Stakes Game Rooms and an expanded gaming floor offering the hottest games in the area. Everything you already love about Ho-Chunk Gaming Wittenberg is now EVEN BETTER! Project Forward has contributed in a positive manner to the local development and growth in the Town of Wittenberg. The major expansion has benefited in aiding the economy and promoting tourism throughout Wittenberg and Shawano County; as well as creating nearly 80 employment opportunities.
Whether it’s a spontaneous trip to Wittenberg or if you’re a planner, Stay Your Way and reserve your stylish Bay Suite or Standard Premium Guest Room at the Ho-Chunk Hotel before the Grand Opening Celebration. Pricing and additional information can be located at www.ho-chunk.com/wittenberg or by visiting the Ho-Chunk Hotel in-person at N7198 US Hwy 45, Wittenberg, Wisconsin or by calling 866-910-0150.