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Sitting on a 100-acre site and nestled in rolling sand dunes on the pristine Oregon coast, Three Rivers Casino & Hotel offers a great escape in spectacular surroundings. With the Pacific Ocean as the backdrop and the wonderful town of Florence at its doorstep,... more.
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The announcement was made by Michael Rose, COO of Three Rivers Casino and hotel, who said the new service was being conducted with the assistance and cooperation of the Oregon Liquor Control Commission and was in response to numerous customer requests.
"Everything we have done since the facility opened has been geared to enhance the guest experience," said Rose. "The gold standard for the casino experience is, of course, Las Vegas," said Rose. "And we have been leading the way in bringing that to Oregon." Rose said that since opening in 2004 Three Rivers has been a leader in providing the most complete gaming experience in Oregon in regards to availability of the various gaming options from slot machines to table games, Keno and major promotions.
"Through the tough economic times and the even tougher battle with cancer, Glenna has demonstrated astounding courage, and I know in my heart that Florence will help her win this struggle and repay her for all she has done for this community," said Mike Rose, COO of Three Rivers.
'Celtic Yuletide' On Stage at Three Rivers
This show is meant for families and a fun way to share the holiday season," says Mike Rose, general manager of Three Rivers Casino.
The show is in the event center, which allows the audience to be very close to the performers. "It's one of the biggest benefits of the Event Center, to have a star of this caliber in such an intimate setting," says Rose. Londra's show is filled with traditional music as well as his own compositions, which he combines with poignant stories of growing up and the traditions his family shared in Ireland.
"The Chamber of Commerce show on the 4th received overwhelming positive feedback,' said Mike Rose, COO of Three Rivers.
"Americans love fireworks and we felt this community in particular, would appreciate the displays. It adds a special touch to our local summertime fun atmosphere. The shows will begin at dusk and they are a family affair. "We're encouraging families to bring chairs and blankets. And we'll have BBQ food and beverages available for purchase," said Rose, who emphasized there would be something going on every night during August. "In addition to these shows, we'll have live comedy, concerts, slot tournaments and-my favorite- a special lucky $7.77 lunch buffet all month," he said. "Gary brings an exciting and extensive background to this position and will be concentrating on taking our food and beverage service to new levels," said Three Rivers' COO Mike Rose. Three Rivers CEO, Mike Rose, said this effort is typical of the Three Rivers staff. COO Mike Rose has credited the series, which brings nationally known comedians to the casino's Aces Sports Lounge for free shows, with making Three Rivers a viable entertainment alternative in times when choices were few. We're not getting the donations that we've seen the past few years," said Mike Rose, Three Rivers Chief Operating Officer. "We felt that for small businesses in particular, a holiday office party can be time consuming and expensive," explained Mike Rose, Three Rivers COO. The special dining event was announced by Three Rivers' COO, Mike Rose, who said "This will be a wonderful opportunity for food and wine afficianados to enjoy an elegant setting while dining on world-class food paired with world-class wine. Rose was pleased about the event's focus on food and beverage. "It is such an important part of our operation and this is a bit of a validation that the effort we put into the fine dining sector is being recognized," he said. Three Rivers COO, Mike Rose, said it's good for both the players and the casino. "We've been busy because we've had a lot of very big winners, but we've had those winners because we've been busy," he explained. Rose theorizes the good business stems from the fact that a lot of locals throughout Lane County and surrounding areas are taking more "staycations" because of the economy and Florence is a great destination. Three Rivers COO, Mike Rose, attempted to explain the unexplainable. "Essentially, the casino is also a player and is subject to streaks," he said. Adding, "Most players know the slot machines, for instance, are set for probability, thus creating so-called "loose" or "tight" slots. But most people don't know that the possibility of a slot hitting the main jackpot occurs every single spin. It is that possibility factor which seems to be acting in player's favor at Three Rivers-especially with new cars. "Based on our experience we plan these promotions to cover a certain period, but typically we don't give away two cars-or two progressive slot payoffs for that matter--every three days! joked Rose, The summer promotion, for another Cadillac CTS, is being put in place already. Rose said that the casino's car giveaways have been extremely lucky. "Just since last December we have awarded 3 brand new cars. And he noted that part of the "lucky streak" included a $5.2 million progressive jackpot won in March. Rose emphasized the casino would not alter the promotions in any way. "Quite frankly, it's become a bit of a phenomenon," said Mike Rose, COO of Three Rivers. The announcement was made by Michael Rose, COO of Three Rivers Casino & Hotel, who said the new service was being conducted with the assistance and cooperation of the Oregon Liquor Control Commission and was in response to numerous customer requests. "Everything we have done since the facility opened has been geared to enhance the guest experience," said Rose. "And this service has been the number one request from the beginning. The service will be available daily from 7:00 a.m. until 2:00 a.m. The Hotel and Casino is in the midst of a casino-wide training program conducted with the OLCC for frontline employees to upper management, whether they serve alcohol or not. "There is a large responsibility to the step we are taking," Rose said, adding that the OLCC has extensive experience in hospitality service and that their programs dovetail nicely with the goals and service standards set by Three Rivers Casino & Hotel. At the same time, Three Rivers Casino & Hotel will open a new non-smoking slot room. The room is designed to hold up to 50 new slot machines which gives players a total of 700 machines to choose from. "The gold standard for the casino experience is, of course, Las Vegas," said Rose. "And we have been leading the way in bringing that to Oregon. Rose said that since opening in 2004 Three Rivers has been a leader in providing the most complete gaming experience in Oregon in regards to availability of the various gaming options from slot machines to table games, Keno and major promotions. said Rose. "It's all part of our ongoing plan to provide the best, most comfortable facilities to our guests. In addition to sandwiches and light snacks, Sweet Treats will feature scrumptious desserts, ice cream and milkshakes to go along with the many espresso drinks. "One of the nice bonuses to the move is the bistro-style seating right next to the hotel lobby. It's a very European feel," said Rose. Sweet Treats offers Seattle's Best coffee and the gift shop has an assortment of handmade tribal gifts as well as delightful souvenirs, and all the sundries you would expect to find in a complete gift shop. The shop will be open from 7:00 a.m. until midnight. Rose is particularly proud that all the work was done by the in-house engineering and maintenance staff. "We really felt that no one knows the hotel, and its needs, as well as we do and the entire staff had input to the project," he said. We're pleased that we can help support the program," said Mike Rose, General Manager of Three Rivers Casino & Hotel. Concert-goers are asked to bring three cans of food per person on the night of the concert to benefit Florence Food Share, an affiliate of the Food for Lane County."We had our pick of top level musical acts from all over the country for our first weekend," said Three Rivers General Manager Mike Rose. "But when it got right down to it, we decided this should be an event done in classic Oregon style. And it should be something that benefits others."Rose said the pair was chosen to do the casino's radio jingle for the same reasons. "This community and Oregon is a very important part of who we are," he said. That just seems to come through in everything we do."Salgado, sometimes called "the original Blues Brother," carved his bluesy and soulful image in Eugene during the 1980s. It was in Eugene that he teamed with Robert Cray. He now travels the world touring his new album Strong Suspicion. General Manager Michael Rose said Garcia has been part of the operation from the very beginning. Call Mike Rose 991-1075 or Sue Davidson 997-8839.
Three Rivers COO Mike Rose theorized that a lot of locals throughout Lane County and surrounding areas are taking more "staycations" because of the economy and Florence is a great destination.