Archived: Gas Prices Got You Down?


Commerce CasinoDo you want a break from rising gas prices? Are you feeling lucky?

If you answered yes, then you should plan on heading to Commerce Casino during the month of July when the Casino will daily surprise 60 lucky patrons with $50 dollar gas cards, and help take the pain out of the pump.

There’s no doubt that rising gas prices are making it more expensive for patrons to get to casinos all over the country. But Commerce Casino is reminding patrons that there is no need to go far from home for a good time, not with Commerce Casino in your backyard.

And if you’re lucky, your fuel cost to get there may get a little help. Six times during each Monday through Thursday in July, the casino floor managers will drop a $50 gas card into the pot at random poker tables around the property. So whoever wins the pot, will get an extra $50 bonus in the form of a redeemable gas station card.

“We just want our customers to know how grateful we are for their continued patronage in an era when gas is now [above]$4 a gallon,” said John Griffo, casino development manager. “Their loyalty is truly appreciated and so we are doing something fun as a ‘thank you’ that can offset some of the increase.”
Commerce Casino’s promotion will help “fuel” a hot summer full of new promotions, including daily No Limit Hold’em tournaments and guaranteed jackpots.

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-EGP News Service

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