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This May – Porterville Casino Pays More than $4M in Jackpots

Eagle Mountain Casino, Porterville, CA – June 02, 2021. More than 1,500 people took home jackpots totaling $4,108,613.23. Guests like Gwendolyn Pickens took home $50,000 on May 7th from a Black and White Double Jackpot machine betting $10! Other guests were also celebrated this May taking home thousands – like Albert who won multiple jackpots totaling $18,000, or Arturo Perez who took home $19,000, or Richard who won $11,057 on a penny machine after betting just $1.76. Another lucky penny bet took home $13,683.99 after betting just ONE DOLLAR! Other guests hit the big one – including the lucky winner of $108,000

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Winner Takes Over $100,000

Another Winner Takes Over $100,000 from Porterville Casino (Eagle Mountain Casino, Porterville, CA 93257) – May 13th, 2021 the lights went off and the sound of excitement surrounded the floor as another big winner hits a jackpot! The winning machine paid out $108,033.68 to the lucky jackpot winner on Wednesday. The Dollar Storm machine, paid out off of the $5 max bet on the dollar slot machine. Luck continues to be the trend in Porterville this May as hundreds of thousands have already been paid out to winners around the valley. The local’s destination is a favorite thanks to their

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Second Big Jackpot in just over a Week!

Second Big Jackpot in just over a Week at Porterville Casino(Eagle Mountain Casino, Porterville, Ca 93257) – for the second time in just over a week anotherlarge jackpot was it paying out $50,000 to Gwendolyn Pickens.The payout occurred Friday the 7th on a Black and White Double Jackpot machine after just 15 minutes ofplaying. Gwendolyn says she’s been playing at the local casino for about 5 years and loves it as she winsoften there! She noted she came back to the casino two days in a row because she felt that machine wasabout to payout big for her and sure

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Department of Interior Approves the Tule River Indian Tribe’s Fee-to-Trust Application for casino relocation project and approves its Tribal State Compact

(Eagle Mountain Casino, Porterville, CA 93257) – On December 7, 2020, the Assistant Secretary of Indian Affairs approved the fee-to-trust application for the Tule River Indian Tribe of California (Tribe), allowing the Tribe to conduct gaming on 40 acres of the Tribe’s land in Porterville, California. The Department of Interior also deemed approved the Tribal State Compact between the State of California and the Tribe which will take effect on December 11, 2020. Although the Tribe submitted its fee-to-trust application in September 2016, it has spent 20 years preparing for the relocation of the Eagle Mountain Casino. With the approval

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American Red Cross & Salvation Army Fundraiser

(Eagle Mountain Casino, Porterville, Ca 93257) – Now through December 31, 2020 Eagle Mountain Casino will be hosting a Fundraiser benefiting the American Red Cross and Salvation Army. The proceeds will directly benefit those affected by the SQX Complex Fire, in our local community. All Guests and Team Members making a purchase at retail registers will have the opportunity to make a donation to the American Red Cross Central California (ARCCC). At the time of purchase, the Cashier will ask the guest if he/or she would like to make a donation to the American Red Cross. The guest can donate

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Governor Signs Casino Relocation

For Immediate ReleaseMatthew Mingronematthew.mingrone@eaglemtncasino.com Tule River Tribe Receives Governor’s Final Approval for Eagle Mountain Casino Relocation Tule River Reservation, Porterville, Ca 93257 – California Governor, Gavin Newsom today officially concurred with the October 7, 2019 U.S. Department of Interior/Bureau of Indian Affairs’ (DOI/BIA) favorable “two-part” determination on the Tule River Tribe’s proposed gaming project in Porterville, California.  Governor Newsome’s concurrence allows the Tule River Tribe to move forward with its application to transfer its already owned 40-acre property in Porterville, off of Hwy 65, (Relocation Project Site) into trust for the location of the new hotel and casino, which will

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More than $800,000 in Charitable Contributions were given to local communities in 2019

(Eagle Mountain Casino, Porterville, Ca 93257) – $808,105.35 in sponsorships, charitable contributions and in-kind gifts have been donated by Eagle Mountain Casino to local charities, businesses and non-profits within Kern and Tulare Counties in 2019. Dozens of charities and organizations have benefited from Casino revenues in order to help those less fortunate and in need. Some notable recipients of monetary donations and sponsorships were the American Cancer Society, Alzheimer’s Association, Bakersfield Homeless Center, CASA of Tulare, Friends of Tulare County, Food Link of Tulare County, Habitat for Humanity, Hands in the Community, Kaweah Delta, Lost Girls, Lindsay Dollars for Scholars,

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Tulare County and the Tule River Indian Tribe Reach Intergovernmental Agreement on Eagle Mountain Casino Relocation

PORTERVILLE, CA – On January 7, 2020, the Tulare County Board of Supervisors approved a Memorandum ofUnderstanding and Intergovernmental Agreement (MOU) with the Tule River Indian Tribe to address environmentalimpacts related to the proposed relocation of the Eagle Mountain Casino to land adjacent to the Porterville Airport. TheMOU also provides funding for County programs and services including road improvements within the County.“The Tribe has remained committed to ensuring the relocation project is a project that not only contributes to the success ofthe Tribe, but also to the surrounding community,” stated Chairman Neil Peyron.” The County MOU is a strong reflectionof

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$400,000 donated to Central Valley Honor Flight and AMVETS Department of California

(Eagle Mountain Casino, Porterville, Ca 93257) – The Central Valley Honor Flight and AMVETS Department of California received an unexpected $200,000 cash donation Tuesday December 10th. Eagle Mountain Casinos General Manager Matthew Mingrone presented two $200,000 checks to both organizations that caused mouths to drop and tears to flow. Eagle Mountain Casino hosted a Veterans Fundraiser that began on October 1st and ended on December 3rd. Guests generously donated money towards the fundraiser in return for some free play and the fundraiser was so successful that four other Veteran organizations were added to the list. “On behalf of AMVETS and

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