Why is FireKeepers closed?
“With our occupancy constraints due to social distancing, we can’t be the place where the public goes to party this year. We will instead close to the public, avoid potential traffic nightmares and extended delays to enter the building.”
Who owns FireKeepers casino in Michigan?
FireKeepers Casino Hotel is a 236,000-square-foot (21,900 m2) casino and hotel in Emmett Charter Township, Michigan, between Battle Creek and Marshall. It is owned and operated by the Nottawaseppi Huron Band of Potawatomi.
Is it safe to go to FireKeepers?
Please do not visit FireKeepers Casino Hotel if you have a fever, if you are not feeling well, have recently traveled outside of the U.S., or have had contact with someone diagnosed with COVID-19. Stay home and visit when the time is right. Smoking is prohibited anywhere inside the building.
Is FireKeepers casino on a reservation?
In December 2006, the federal government took official action to acquire the property in Emmett Township into trust for purposes of constructing and operating a casino, and declared it as part of the Tribe’s initial reservation.
Is FireKeepers Indian owned?
Nottawaseppi Huron Band of the Potawatomi Indians owns FireKeepers Casino Hotel in Battle Creek.