Jamul Indian Village Hosts Groundbreaking Gala Event on Saturday, December 10, 2005

JAMUL, Calif., Dec. 7 /PRNewswire/ — The Jamul Indian Village, a federally recognized tribe, will break ground on its Jamul Casino, Hotel & Resort on its six-acre reservation in Jamul, California.

The gaming facility will be built in full compliance with the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act (IGRA) and the Tribe’s state compact. The construction phase for the casino and resort will create hundreds of construction jobs alone and when open will generate an estimated 1900 jobs producing tens of millions of dollars in overall economic activity for the local area.

“After years of struggle, blood, sweat and tears, the future has finally arrived,” said Chairman Leon Acebedo. “The Jamul Indian Village is moving forward together in unity and in purpose.”

When: December 10, 2005, 10:00 AM

Where: Jamul Indian Village reservation, 14191 Highway 94,
Jamul, California

Who: Jamul Indian Village Tribal Chairman Leon Acebedo, members
of the Jamul Indian Village and local supporters

What: Jamul Indian Village Tribal Chairman Leon Acebedo and members of
the Tribal Executive Council will host Groundbreaking event for
casino, hotel & resort on its six-acre reservation. There will be
the traditional turning of the soil to start this celebration.
There will be plenty of food, live entertainment provided by
J-Smooth and the tribe will give away over $200,000 in door prizes

Why: The Groundbreaking will be a celebration of progress for the Jamul
Indian Village as they move forward on the road to self-reliance
and begin the construction phase on our tribal project

For more information on this event, please call the Jamul Indian Village at (619) 669-1002, or visit the website at: www.jamulindianvillage.com

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