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Horseshoe Gaming Lounge opens at Caymanas Park

Friday, April 20, 2018

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Senior Supreme Ventures Limited executives, including President and CEO, Ann-Dawn Young Sang and the chairman of Supreme Ventures Racing and Entertainment (SVREL), Michael Bernard, were on hand to cut the blue ribbon and officially unveil The Horseshoe Gaming Lounge on Saturday, April 14, right before the start of the 1000 Guineas race day.

The gaming lounge is the latest addition to the entertainment offerings at the track and boasts 16 slot machines and the full suite of Supreme Ventures gaming products, including JustBet sports betting and social space offerings Money Time and Quick Sports for punters to enjoy.

The lounge has been operational for about a month, but chief operating officer at SVREL, Brando Hayden says the official opening event will serve to demonstrate to the wider public that SVREL is committed to becoming a major player in the entertainment industry.

“The Horseshoe represents the first in a series of openings at Caymanas, Jamaica's new entertainment capital. SVREL started out at Caymanas with a mandate to create a multifaceted entertainment product and this space is one of the first steps towards that,” he said.

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