Little River Casino‘s gaming floor will be closed on Tuesday, April 11, and Wednesday, April 12, to perform rooftop HVAC replacements.
All gambling operations will be suspended from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. According to its website, the Manistee casino is open every day. “For the continued comfort of our guests,” two big HVAC units on the roof will be replaced.
During that time, not only will the casino floor be closed, but so will the River Rock Sportsbook & Grill. However, Rapids Bistro and the hotel will remain open. If guests have any questions, they should phone 888-568-2264.
In the event of adverse weather, the closure could be postponed in the week, according to the website.
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Little River’s HVAC Replacement Necessitates the Temporary Closure of the Gaming Floor
During the epidemic, practically everywhere prioritized improving air filtering and conditioning in high-occupancy buildings.
It’s also being stressed when some Michigan casinos reinstate smoking areas on their gambling floors. There are permitted smoking areas in Little River. But, again, it could be a necessary upgrade of antiquated HVAC systems.
BetRivers Is Little River’s Online Casino and Sportsbook Partner
While Little Rivers’ actual casino will be closed during that time, the casino does possess an online partner: BetRivers.
The Rush Street Interactive offering ranks fourth highest in Michigan online casino revenue and is on a roll. BetRivers Casino has generated at least $8 million in revenue in the last seven months.
It is well-known for its regular online slot tournaments, the most recent of which is the Michigan Million Online Slot Tournament. The tournament has a $1 million bonus money pool and a $100,000 grand prize.
BetRivers Sportsbook ranks sixth among Michigan sportsbooks in all-time sports wagering handles. The platform has taken well over $143 million in sports bets.