February 17, 2020

Harrah’s Cherokee Casino Resort Signs Deal with Finland Engineering Firm

Harrah’s Cherokee Casino Resort Signs Deal with Finland Engineering Firm

Harrah’s Cherokee Casino Resort, a casino establishment based in North Carolina, has just announced that it has signed a deal with Kone, an Finnish engineering firm.

According to the deal Kone, an auto-walk service provider, will supply and fit escalators and elevators in the casino’s new conference center and resort.

Currently Harrah’s Cherokee is owned by the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians and managed by Caesar’s Entertainment.The Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians has owned the casino since 1997.

The casino resort will feature more than seven hundred hotel rooms and a conference space that spans over 80,000 square feet.

All in all, the establishment will have 16 elevators installed and the installation will start during the summer of 2020 and will be completed by next year.

Larry Wash, executive vice president of Kone Americas, said:

“The reliable smart building solutions Kone provides are a perfect match for this high-profile project. Kone elevators deliver a superior customer experience and exceptional energy efficiency, all of which are essential to smooth people flow in hotel and resorts.”

Harrah’s Cherokee Casino Resort presently has three hotel towers and a casino that offers element of skill casino games, in accordance with state laws.

Several slot machines at the venue have been modified to include a hold or lock feature that allow players to choose which reels are locked, if any, and spin the slot game one more time. In addition, Harrah’s Cherokee has modified many slot machines to include “Cherokee Raffle Reels,” a game where players must insert their reward card in the slot machine before playing so they can automatically join a raffle system.

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