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SOURCE Wind Creek Hospitality
WETUMPKA, Ala., May 23, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- This Saturday, May 24th, Wind Creek Wetumpka Casino and Hotel (WCW), and its sister Wind Creek Hospitality property, Creek Casino Montgomery, will announce their sponsorship of one of NASCAR's most popular Sprint Cup events to be held later this summer.
Detailed information and broadcast quality video of the announcement, which will be held at one of NASCAR's premier racetracks, will be available at the Wind Creek Hospitality Press Room by 2:30 pm EDT that same day.
About Wind Creek Hospitality
Wind Creek Hospitality is an authority of the Poarch Band of Creek Indians. Wind Creek Hospitality manages the Tribes gaming facilities including: Wind Creek Atmore, Wind Creek Wetumpka, Creek Casino Montgomery as well as multiple racetracks in Alabama and Florida.
The Poarch Creek Indians are descendants of a segment of the original Creek Nation, which once covered almost all of Alabama and Georgia. Unlike many eastern Indian tribes, the Poarch Creeks were not removed from their tribal lands and have lived together for almost 200 years in and around the reservation in Poarch, Alabama. The reservation is located eight miles northwest of Atmore, Alabama, in rural Escambia County, and 57 miles east of Mobile. The Poarch Creek Indians is the only federally recognized Indian Tribe in the state of Alabama, operating as a sovereign nation with its own system of government and bylaws. The Tribe operates a variety of economic enterprises, which employ hundreds of area residents.
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