The Pascua Yaqui Tribe is expanding hospitality amenities in Tucson at its casino enterprises, Casino Del Sol and Casino of the Sun. In October, the Pascua Yaqui Tribal Council approved up to 150 additional hotel rooms, 90 RV sites, and a 9,600-square foot expansion of the current convention space at Casino Del Sol. In addition, a new 11,000-square foot Event Center next to Casino of the Sun will be built.
The Pascua Yaqui Tribe’s enterprise, Casino Del Sol, raised $70,000 to benefit two nonprofit organizations in the community at their third annual Charity Golf Tournament last month.
The Sol of Tucson has added three chefs to their all-star culinary team. Carlos Guerrero is Executive Sous Chef for the resort, Roderick LeDesma is Chef de Cuisine for the award-winning PY Steakhouse, and Xander Cameron is Chef de Cuisine for the property’s contemporary Asian and sushi restaurant, Ume.
Casino Del Sol took home seven impressive awards, including the top Diamond Award, from The Romero Awards held during the annual Casino Marketing and Technology Conference in Las Vegas.
Casino Del Sol has promoted Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) Steve Neely, to Chief Operating Officer (COO). The casino resort has also filled the top gaming position naming longtime casino gaming veteran, Louis DiCampli, as Chief Gaming Officer (CGO).
On April 20, Casino Del Sol employees joined together to collect diapers for those in need during its annual Diaper Drive. This year, nearly 10,000 diapers were donated to two Pascua Yaqui services organizations: the Sewa Uusim Community Partnership and the Guadalupe Community Action Program.
Southern Arizona’s premier entertainment destination, Casino Del Sol has announced additional world-class entertainment acts that will perform this year at its award-winning concert venue, AVA Amphitheater, adding to the already stellar lineup.
Casino Del Sol, The Sol of Tucson, has received the esteemed AAA Four Diamond Rating for the sixth consecutive year.
Casino Del Sol, an enterprise of the Pascua Yaqui Tribe, has renewed Kimberly Van Amburg’s contract as chief executive officer for three more years, with plans to replace her with one of their own in 2020. Within these three years, Van Amburg will prepare Tribal members to move into executive management positions, including the CEO position.
Southern Arizona’s premier entertainment destination, Casino Del Sol has announced the first round of upcoming acts for its award-winning concert venue, Anselmo Valencia Tori Amphitheater (AVA), and Tucson is in for a treat.