Property’s players are invited to take advantage of their comps and rewards at Tropicana Laughlin
LAUGHLIN, NEVADA (July 14, 2014) – Tropicana Entertainment Inc. (“Tropicana”) previously announced the sale of River Palms Resort and Casino in Laughlin, Nevada to Nevada Restaurant Services. In light of the September 3, 2014 closure, all customers at River Palms that are Trop Advantage club members and have earned benefits and rewards will be able to enjoy their rewards at Tropicana Laughlin Hotel & Casino, all benefits and rewards will be honored immediately. Trop Advantage members are encouraged to visit the Trop Advantage Center to take advantage of their offers.
“The River Palms Resort may be sold but the action won’t stop for our Trop Advantage members. Players can take one hundred percent of the comps and points they currently have banked at River Palms and use them to join the fun at Tropicana Laughlin,” said Tony Rodio, president and chief executive officer for Tropicana Entertainment Inc.
According to Rodio, former River Palms players will find even more reasons to choose Tropicana Laughlin as their place to play. In addition to accepting customer comps and points earned at River Palms, Tropicana Laughlin will continue to reward qualifying club members with free sweepstakes entries, direct mail offers, gift giveaways, priority services and numerous other members-only benefits.
“Plus, in Fall 2014, players will enjoy a state of the art bingo facility. That means Trop Advantage players will continue to experience that same positive experience and customer service interaction here at Tropicana Laughlin,” Rodio continued.
With a complete collection of the most popular table games and nearly 1,000 slot machines and video poker machines, Tropicana offers avid players a thrilling casino environment. Seven dining options include gourmet experiences, casual meals and a range of cuisines. Voted “Best Accommodations in Laughlin,” Tropicana also offers overnight guests the advantage of more than 1,000 newly-renovated rooms.
Entertainment options abound, from a no-cover lounge with free entertainment. Open year round, the Tropicana’s Town Square Pool provides guests with a splashy way to soak up the sun, relax with a cold drink, or be entertained by the “Big Screen Dive-In,” a 160-inch pool-side TV broadcasting sporting events, music videos, concert footage and first-run movies.
Tropicana is a publicly traded company that, through its subsidiaries, owns and operates eight casinos and resorts in Indiana, Louisiana, Mississippi, Nevada, Missouri, New Jersey and Aruba. Tropicana properties collectively have approximately 5,500 rooms, 8,000 slot positions and 270 table games. The company is based in Las Vegas, Nevada.