RIVERSIDE, IOWA (November 7, 2022) — Elite Casino Resorts is proud to support Veterans organizations by giving guests free slot play for making contributions to charities in each of the communities we serve. Elite’s Giving Back Program has raised funds for numerous local charities, but for the first time Riverside Casino and Golf Resort, Grand Falls Casino and Golf Resort, and Rhythm City Casino and Resort have coordinated efforts to make a positive impact throughout the state of Iowa.

“Elite Casino Resorts is committed to improving every community we serve and honoring veterans for their service to our country,” said Dan Kehl, Elite’s CEO. “It’s a great way for our guests to support veterans and for each of our properties to reward our guests. The Giving Back Program puts our company values into action and benefits a great cause.”

Elite’s customers can donate to DAV at Riverside and Grand Falls and the Quad City Veteran’s Outreach Center at Rhythm City in the month of November. For specific information about each casino’s event please visit these websites:

Riverside Casino and Golf Resort — riversidecasinoandresort.com/event/2022/nov/GivingBack

Grand Falls Casino and Golf Resort — grandfallscasinoresort.com/event/2022/nov/GivingBack

Rhythm City Casino and Resort — rhythmcitycasino.com/event/2022/nov/DonateandPlay

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