• Miami Valley Gaming hosts ribbon cutting for $5 million expansion

    October 25, 2017
    Miami Valley Gaming hosts ribbon cutting for $5 million expansion
    Second outdoor gaming patio, new indoor high limit room added
    LEBANON, Ohio (October 16, 2017) Miami Valley Gaming will hold a ceremonial ribbon cutting at 11am Friday, Oct. 20, to mark the completion of their $5 million expansion project. The racino, just off I-75 at Exit 29, has added a second outdoor gaming patio and new indoor high limit room to their facility.

    “We are very excited about these new additions to our facility,” said Domenic Mancini, President and General Manager at Miami Valley Gaming. “The additional outdoor gaming patio and new indoor high limit gaming room will help us continue to serve our patrons in these very competitive Cincinnati and Dayton markets.”

    The ribbon cutting is open to the public, but you must be at least 21 years old to access the gaming floor. An invitation-only reception, including a champagne toast sponsored by Main Street Lebanon, will also be held in MVG’s Center Bar. The bar and lounge area also recently underwent a makeover.

    MVG, which opened in December 2013, broke ground on this recent $5 million expansion project last June. The expansion brings their total number of Video Lottery Terminals to over 1,800.    

    Visit www.miamivalleygaming.com to learn more about MVG’s events, concerts, promotions, dining and over 1,700 gaming machines.

    About Miami Valley Gaming
    Miami Valley Gaming & Racing LLC is a powerhouse partnership between two gaming, racing and hospitality leaders: Delaware North Companies Gaming & Entertainment, part of global hospitality provider Delaware North Companies, and Churchill Downs Incorporated, operator of the world-renowned Churchill Downs Racetrack – home of the Kentucky Derby. The facility is located midway between Dayton and Cincinnati – just off of I-75 at Exit 29. Miami Valley Gaming features over 1,800 state-of-the-art video lottery terminals, a racing simulcast center, and Miami Valley Raceway: a 5/8-mile harness racetrack with an indoor grandstand that accommodates more than 1,000 guests. Patrons have several dining options, including Cin City Sea & Steak, Acres Seasonal Buffet, and Trifecta, three fast-casual eateries in one. Miami Valley Gaming regularly features local entertainment acts and offers a broad selection of cocktails, spirits, wines and craft brews and other beers at its signature Center Bar and the 1803 Bar. For more information, visit miamivalleygaming.com

    Jerry Abner, Director of Marketing