Eastern Pennsylvania’s Sands Bethlehem casino resort has been purchased by Wind Creek Hospitality, an affiliate of Alabama’s Poarch Band of Creek Indians, from Las Vegas Sands Corp. for $1.3 billion.
When it comes to hospitality, Mohegan Sun aims for the stars. Midway through my walking tour of the property last November with John Washko, vice president, exhibitions and convention sales, he directed my eyes upwards as we approached Wombi Rock.
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