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Mobile Greyhound Park will reopen for business at 10:30am Monday, October 9. 


The National Hurricane Center has issued a Hurricane Warning for the area including Mobile Greyhound Park. For the safety of our team and guests, we will be closing for business at the end of Friday’s business day and remain closed until the warning has been lifted. Please monitor your local weather forecasts for the latest weather news. We will update this message when we reopen.

Two-Time World Series Champion Jake Peavy and A Taste of Wind Creek Team Up to Benefit Boys & Girls Club of South Alabama

from The Wetumpka Herald
Wind Creek partners with Key West restaurant to serve meals after Hurricane Irma.
 

Four local nonprofits are the recipients of a combined $45,422.04 donation from the Wind Creek Atmore (WCA) Ticket In Ticket Out (TITO) program. Monroe County High School (MCHS), Conecuh County Junior High School (CCJH), Uriah Volunteer Fire Department (Uriah VFD) and Spanish Fort Sports Association (SFSA) have big plans for the funds they received on Friday, September 15th.

Country Music Star Jamey Johnson will be performing at Wind Creek Casino & Hotel Atmore on Friday, October 13th at 8pm.

Creek Entertainment Gretna will reopen for business on Tuesday, September 12th at 10am.

Creek Entertainment Gretna will be closed until after Hurricane Irma has passed. We will update this site when we reopen. Be safe and we will see you when the storm is over.

All greyhounds from Mobile Greyhound Park have been successfully relocated or adopted.

Wind Creek Hospitality and the Poarch Band of Creek Indians announce that although live greyhound racing will end at Mobile Greyhound Park on August 19th, they will continue to offer simulcast of races originating from other locations at the facility. Reported by Lagniappe Mobile

Mobile Greyhound Park has been working with local and national rescue groups to make sure that every greyhound will either have a group to go to or a loving home when races end this month.
by WKRG News 5's Emily DeVoe
 

The official statement from the National Greyhound Association on the closure of Mobile Greyhound Park's live racing which will no longer be offered after August 19, 2017.

MOBILE, Ala. (July 31, 2017) -- In response to declining market demand, Mobile Greyhound Park (MGP) will eliminate live races at our park at the end of August. We will continue to offer simulcast of races originating from other locations.

Wind Creek Atmore (WCA) Property Manager Tim Ramer and Assistant Property Manager Terri Morris recently presented TITO checks to Excel Public School (EPS), Perdido Elementary School (PES) and Monroeville Elementary School (MES) totaling almost $32,000.  Pilots for Christ (PFC) also received a donation of over $11,000.

Facebook likes do not always lead to money, but for 25 nonprofit winners of a social media contest, they led to a share of $125,000. On April 7th, Wind Creek Casinos in Montgomery, Wetumpka and Atmore cohosted events to celebrate winners of the $125k Giveaway contest. Wind Creek Hospitality (WCH) announced the contest in February and invited nonprofits to participate by submitting a short video to describe their organizations and outreach efforts. The contest had 125 entries and over 37,000 votes. 

Birmingham Resident Wins Big at Alabama Casino

Wind Creek Wetumpka & Wind Creek Atmore

Wind Creek Hospitality Facebook Contest to benefit Charities
 

Brian McKnight is a legend of R&B whose music has helped couples around the world fall in love and get married.

Wind Creek Food Truck and Sponsorship Team were delighted to join Tri County JR Cattleman Association, Escambia County 4-H and Poarch Creek Indians 4-H agencies in preparing participants throughout Escambia County for their Steer Show to be held at Perdido River Farms March 9, 2017.

Christmas came early for Monroe County Public Library and J.U. Blacksher High School. On December 16, both organizations were presented with checks from Wind Creek Atmore’s Ticket In Ticket Out (TITO) program. Together, the donations totaled $23,712.82.
 

WCA Property Manager Tim Ramer and Assistant Property Manager Terri Morris recently presented TITO checks to Flomaton Elementary School and Turtle Point Science Center, totaling more than $20,000.

On December 19th, 2016 the Elmore County Food Pantry were the recipients of all the toys collected front and back of the house for our 2016 Toy Drive. E.C.F.P. went home with 10 super large bags of toys including two bicycles for the children of the families they work directly with at Christmas. Patty quoted “Your contributions will go a long way in serving food and gifts to insecure individuals and families throughout Elmore County. We serve over 500 households each month, at no charge to the recipients, and all of our donations have direct and immediate impact on serving those in need”. “Thank you so much for making this Christmas wonderful for so many families”.

Wind Creek Hospitality has provided an annual sponsorship to Salvation Army for their Doing the Most Good – Annual Luncheon.  Mitchell Cancer Center also hosted Celebrate Hope at the Mitchell Center Institute on November 17.  This annual event has been sponsored by Wind Creek Hospitality for the previous four years and the last two years as the Presenting Sponsor.

 

Elmore County Food Pantry receives $5,287.93 from Wind Creek Wetumpka TITO donation program for the month of November. Receiving the check is Patty Peacock the Food Pantry Director. Patty was so excited to receive the donation and said “A $5.00 donation will buy a family of four a full holiday dinner ~ 12 pound turkey, all the fixings, plus drinks and rolls and have some change left over. Thank you so very much for this generous donation”.

Wind Creek Room Chef Chris Rolin will compete in the World Food Championships next month in Orange Beach. Rolin won the right to the tournament with a ribeye burger.

Wind Creek Wetumpka was decked out in PINK for October.

12:01am on Nov. 1st saw the end of our breast cancer awareness campaign.

All departments came together to help raise money for the Breast Cancer Research Foundation of Alabama (BCRFA) located in Birmingham

Thanks to the support of our guests, Wind Creek Atmore (WCA)’s Ticket In Ticket Out (TITO) program is continuing to give back to the community with a donation to Atmore Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW).  

The American Red Cross was the first ever TITO Donation from Wind Creek Wetumpka.
 

Wetumpka Chamber of Commerce Presents Cody Williamson with the Volunteer of the Year Award
 

Gardnerville, NV - Wa She Shu Casino will mark its grand opening at 10AM on Thursday,  May 26th, at 1003 US Highway 395 North in Gardnerville. The grand opening ceremony will include a blessing of the ground by a Washoe Tribal Elder, an introduction of dignitaries, a performance by the Washoe color guard, and the official ribbon cutting.

Wind Creek Montgomery has partnered with AMBUCS Montgomery River Region chapter and AmTryke to facilitate the AmTryke adaptive bicycle program for people with special needs. Wind Creek Montgomery was able to donate $3,572.66 to this worthy cause. The mission of the National AMBUCS non-profit organization is to create mobility and independence for people with disabilities, and AmTryke helps them do that. Nearly every one of the 144 AMBUCS chapters chooses to carry out their mission, at least in part, by providing AmTryke therapeutic tricycles to people with special needs in their community. Through this donation, AMBUCS was able to provide for 7 small bikes and 1 large bike.
 
One of those bikes went to a special recipient, A.J. Thanks to AMBUCS and the donation from Wind Creek Montgomery, A.J. will finally be able to learn to ride a bike along with his little brother. His mother, Candice Peden, said “Thank you Wind Creek and their customers for their generosity.  We appreciate the donation of the bike and know that you have done us a huge favor in this gift.”

Wind Creek Hospitality’s COO Receives Two National Industry Honors
Brent Pinkston named among “25 People to Watch” and “40 Under 40”
 

B.B. King died in May, but his legacy is still growing in Montgomery, a city that soon will be the new home for a line of eateries and nightspots that carry his name.

Las Vegas – June 30, 2015 – Scientific Games Corporation (“Scientific Games” or “the Company”) today announced that two players hit jackpots for more than $2.1 million on its Bally-branded 1,000,000 Degrees Class 2 wide-area progressive (“WAP”) link in a 17-day period at the Wind Creek Casino & Hotel Wetumpka in Wetumpka, Alabama. Players at Wind Creek Hospitality casinos have hit a combined four jackpots on Bally WAP links since April 26 for a total of nearly $4 million.

(Wetumpka, AL) Wind Creek Hospitality (WCH) has done it again. Irene, a first time Wind Creek Casino & Hotel Wetumpka guest, hit a jackpot worth $1,046,368. The win occurred at June 18 in Wetumpka, Alabama while playing Million Degrees Progressive. This is the fifth winner of over one million dollars at a WCH property in just over 50 days. Three of those winners were playing Million Degrees Progressive when they scored their winning jackpots.  

Wind Creek Hospitality (WCH) has made four lucky people into millionaires in less than two months at locations in Atmore and Wetumpka. The players came to play from as close as Springville, Alabama and as far as just west of Atlanta.

(Atmore, AL) Wind Creek Hospitality (WCH) confirms that Hazel B. of Pensacola, Florida has won a progressive jackpot worth $1,253,777. The win occurred at Wind Creek Casino Atmore (WCA) while Hazel was playing the Million Degrees electronic bingo game. The jackpot was hit on a max bet of just $3.00 

Wind Creek Atmore (WCA) achieved the prestigious AAA Four Diamond designation once again. AAA describes a Four Diamond facility this way: The fundamental hallmarks at this level include an extensive array of amenities combined with a high degree of hospitality, service, and attention to detail.

(Atmore, AL) Wind Creek Hospitality, (WCH), the gaming operation of the Poarch Creek Indians has acquired majority interest in the C2Rewards social gaming platform developed for C2Rewards by EC Wise.  WCH and C2Rewards are partnering to form Engage Innovation, to further develop and market the platform.

(Atmore, AL)  Wind Creek Hospitality (WCH) welcomes Chef Peter D’Andrea as the new Corporate Executive Chef. Chef Peter brings over 30 years of experience in food and beverage to Alabama. One of his most exciting cooking experiences was cooking with renowned chef Julia Child at her 80th birthday party.

(Atlanta, GA)  “Good to Go”, a state-of-the-art food truck owned by Wind Creek Hospitality in Alabama, today became the first food truck to take the track at the historic Atlanta Motor Speedway.

(Wetumpka, AL) Wind Creek Casino & Hotel Wetumpka (WCW), which just opened in December of last year, has already captured one of the most prestigious distinctions in the hospitality industry; AAA's Four-Diamond Award.

(Montgomery, AL) Wind Creek Hospitality (WCH), one of the largest hospitality companies in Alabama, today announced a bold new initiative focused on promoting regional food that includes growers, purveyors, consumers, chefs and restaurateurs, amateur cooks, food banks, and non-profits promoting healthy lifestyles. 

(Wetumpka, AL) Thousands of patrons streamed through the doors of the new Wind Creek Wetumpka, a luxury casino and hotel, within hours of its opening today. The record crowds began queuing up early in the morning, and a steady stream of motorists filled the lanes of Interstate 231 leading to the development's entrance.

(Wetumpka, AL) Wind Creek Wetumpka, a luxury casino and hotel development built on the banks of the stunningly beautiful Coosa River, will open its doors to the public for the first time Tuesday. An official "ribbon cutting" ceremony is scheduled for 11:30AM. The project is owned by the Poarch Band of Creek Indians and managed by PCI Gaming Authority.

Aquarium, built as part of casino’s “Wonders of the Gulf” promotion, is also a scale model of historic Mobile Bay lighthouse.