CASINOTRAC MANAGEMENT SYSTEM CHOSEN BY JACKPOT CROSSING CASINO OF FERNLEY NEVADA
MINNETONKA, Minn., June 05, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The Jackpot Crossing Casino in Fernley Nevada has chosen to replace their existing Casino Management System (CMS) with Table Trac Inc.’s (OTCQX: TBTC) CasinoTrac system.
With 4.5 Stars on Trip Adviser, Jackpot Crossing Casino located at 206 Logan Lane Fernley, Nevada has been the areas go-to casino with a wide-variety of slot machines, table games, live poker, sports wagering, live keno, and dining options. To further enhance the player experience, they are adding a new CasinoTrac system to provide players a new players club which supports new exciting ways to win and receive extra rewards.
Chad Hoehne, President of Table Trac Inc. said “Genuine responsiveness to our casino customer’s needs from our support and development teams is building a better ownership experience for our casino customers. U.S. based experts that solve problems helps CasinoTrac build and maintain an ever growing number of casino customers. We are proud to be recognized for this by Stillwater Gaming.”
“Table Trac is a special company in today’s environment. Unlike so many other companies who are distracted and focused on their own interests, Table Trac is focused on the operators and more importantly the casino guests.” Said Scott Tate, Stillwater Gaming, LLC.
MINNETONKA, Minn., June 05, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The Jackpot Crossing Casino in Fernley Nevada has chosen to replace their existing Casino Management…
Jackpot Crossing casino now open
The former Silver Dollar Club, now Jackpot Crossing, is open on Fairview, one block south of Highway 50 East.
The casino was purchased by Northern Nevada Comstock Investments last year, who shut the business down in August for a complete remodel. The company also owns Cactus Jack’s, The Senator Club and the Comstock Casino in Carson City, as well as casinos in Fernley and Fallon.
We will have more details tomorrow.
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Carson City Symphony Association announces Carson Chamber Singers director
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Carson City, Quad County COVID-19 Tuesday: 1 death, 58 new cases and 78 recoveries
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Carson City Chamber rolls out welcome for Chick-fil-A ahead of Thursday opening
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Carson City Library hosts first Bionics Camp in February
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Pioneer High senior on focus as part of JumpStart career program, makes WNC Dean’s List
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Celebrate your Valentine with ‘The Devil Made Me Do It’ Virginia City getaway
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UPDATE: All travel lanes are now open, according to Lyon County dispatch.
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Carson City Library Offers Video Tutorials for Computer and Software Basics
Did you know that the Carson City Library offers video tutorials to help you learn more about computers and softwares?
Join us virtually on Youtube for virtual programs listed below. No registration required! We offer new content every month.
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Meet Delores, a 94-year-old resident of Spirit of Hope, who would love to hear from you this Valentine’s Day. Spirit of Hope residents like Delores are often isolated from friends and family.
You can make a positive difference in our community with a simple gesture, by sending the gift of a Valentine’s Day card.
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Update: Car drives into Sportman’s Warehouse, five injured, two evacuated by Care Flight
UPDATE 3:00 p.m.: Law enforcement has cleared the scene and the vehicle was towed. According to Furlong the driver of the vehicle was a man in his 50s. They are currently not regarding the collision as suspicious. It is being investigated by the traffic unit as well as by Nevada Highway Patrol. The driver is suspected to have driven through the cement pylons and through the front doors of the store, and continued through the store striking four people until the vehicle came to a stop. The driver of the vehicle along with four individuals struck inside the store were taken to the hospital.
UPDATE 2:06 p.m.: They are preparing to remove the vehicle from the building.
UPDATE 1:00 p.m.: Stewart is reopened.
UPDATE 11:49 a.m.: According to Sheriff Ken Furlong they believe the driver of a vehicle traveling West on Wright Street experienced a medical emergency, causing them to continue through Stewart Street and directly into the doors of Sportsman’s Warehouse. The vehicle struck five people as it drove through the store.
UPDATE 11:43 a.m.: Both Care Flight helicopters have taken off and are heading to the hospital.
UPDATE 11:36 a.m.: Both helicopters have landed. Stewart Street is blocked.
UPDATE 11:08 a.m.: A second helicopter was ordered to the scene.
Streets will be closed down near the scene including at the roundabout for the helicopter to land.
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