WINNAVEGAS WELCOMES DUCK BOATS

WINNAVEGAS WELCOMES DUCK BOATS

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SIOUXLAND—WINNAVEGAS CASINO IN SLOAN WILL REOPEN THIS MONTH EVEN THOUGH IT REMAINS SURROUNDED BY MISSOURI RIVER WATER.

THE WOODBURY COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS APPROVED A PERMIT TUESDAY THAT ALLOWS THE WINNEBAGO TRIBE TO OPERATE AMPHIBIOUS VEHICLES FROM LAND NEAR I-29 TO THE CASINO.

WINNAVEGAS INTERIM MARKETING MANAGER DEANA WHISTLER SAYS THE “DUCK” BOATS WILL DRIVE AND FLOAT ROUGHLY A MILE ONE-WAY.

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THE RISING MISSOURI RIVER FORCED THE CASINO TO CLOSE ON JUNE 10TH.

IT IS NOW AN ISLAND PROTECTED BY A BERM. WHISTLER SAYS THEY ARE PURCHASING TWO DUCKS FROM PANAMA CITY, FLORIDA FOR ROUGHLY $175-THOUSAND A PIECE.

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WHISTLER SAYS NOW PATRONS CAN ENJOY CRAB LEGS, SLOT MACHINES, TABLE GAMES AND DUCK RIDES ONLY AT WINNAVEGAS CASINO.