Big Changes Coming for Ojibwa Casinos in Baraga and Marquette

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Marquette, MI   December 9, 2016  –  Ojibwa Casinos of Baraga and Marquette recently announced plans for renovation and expansion of their casinos.

Groundbreaking ceremonies were held earlier this week in Marquette on Wednesday and in Baraga on Thursday. Both groundbreaking ceremonies were well attended by community members. KBIC President Chris Swartz and General Manager Don Wren addressed the group gathered at the groundbreaking ceremonies.



Ojibwa Casino Marquette, Conceptual Rendering Courtesy of Ojibwa Casinos

Ojibwa Casinos plan to build a newly constructed casino in Marquette with a 1,20o seat entertainment complex, two or three branded restaurants, a new conference facility that seats 400, an 80-room branded hotel and an expanded gaming floor to accommodate 500 slot machines.

Photos and video footage from the Ojibwa Casinos Marquette Groundbreaking Ceremony.



Ojibwa Casino Baraga, Conceptual Rendering Courtesy of Ojibwa Casinos

The Baraga Casino will receive a $6.5 million facelift with an overhaul of the Press Box, a better venue in the bar and lounge area, an expansion of the existing gaming facility, and many other infrastructure upgrades.

Photos and video footage from the Ojibwa Casinos Baraga Groundbreaking Ceremony.

Join the fun at Ojibwa Casinos on New Year’s Eve! The bash will be at both locations and they are giving away cash and free play to slot and table players from 3 to midnight with a grand prize of $1,000 in cash at midnight! The theme is the 40s and guests dressed in 40s attire will receive a gift.