WinnaVegas Announces Major Renovation to Casino Resort


(SBA) - Sloan, Iowa – WinnaVegas Casino Resort recently announced several major renovation projects to enhance the property's amenities and the guest experience at the resort. Current renovations are part of a larger casino and resort remodeling plan that management will announce further details at a later date. WinnaVegas Casino Resort is currently in its 32nd year of operation. 

The Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska and WinnaVegas management recently awarded the project renovations to three local businesses in the Siouxland area. Blankenship Paint and Glass, Curry Floors, and Bacon Creek Design will begin construction and remodeling efforts starting in June with a completion date of August 1, 2024. Total renovations will be more than 1 million dollars.

“This is an exciting time for our guests and associates as we make a major investment into the development of our property,” said Tom Teesdale, WinnaVegas Casino Resort General Manager. Teesdale continued “The Winnebago Tribal Council believes it is important to utilize and support local businesses in Siouxland for these projects; We’re thrilled about these new partnerships and we look forward to a year of innovation and further development of the property in 2024 and beyond.”

Curry Floors will replace all the flooring in the hotel rooms, suites, and all public areas of the hotel attached to the Casino Resort. Bacon Creek Design is designing and renovating the existing main casino bar into a larger space with new equipment, seating, and additional amenities for casino guests. Blankenship Paint and Glass will start construction on a new VIP glass-enclosed casino host office to provide better service and amenities that come with being a Diamond Cardholder at WinnaVegas Casino Resort.

About WinnaVegas Casino Resort:

Since its opening in April 1992, WinnaVegas Casino Resort has evolved as an area leader in the hospitality industry and is a significant contributor to the local economy. WinnaVegas Casino Resort is owned and operated by the Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska and has grown over the years to become the largest gaming floor in the area with a total gaming space of nearly 55,000 square feet with10 table games and nearly 800 slot machines – the most in Siouxland! The resort features 78 well-appointed hotel rooms, an indoor pool, an indoor golf simulator experience, multiple dining options, a spacious event center, and multiple meeting rooms.