The Chitimacha Tribe of Louisiana celebrated the 25th anniversary of Cypress Bayou Casino Hotel to much fanfare. Tribal members, casino officials, local
government agencies, and regulatory bodies convened in the casino’s flagship restaurant, Mr. Lester’s Steakhouse, to celebrate the historic milestone.
For 25 years, Cypress Bayou Casino Hotel has enjoyed substantial growth and expansion in St. Mary Parish. The Chitimacha Tribe of Louisiana, owners of
Cypress Bayou Casino Hotel, has held steadfast in their vision to become south Louisiana’s premier entertainment destination. The property came from
humble beginnings as Chitimacha Bayouland Bingo and transformed into the sprawling entertainment complex it is today. There have been many expansions
and subsequent renovations which provided much-needed projects for local contractors. It is estimated that the property has had an economic impact
of nearly $1 billion dollars on the region, which includes: $670 million in salaries and benefits, $202 million paid to Louisiana vendors, and millions
of dollars donated to local charities.
“It is through the continued patronage of our guests, the dedication of our team members, the long-lasting partnerships with our vendors, and support from
the surrounding communities that we have been able to provide world-class entertainment at such an unprecedented level,” said Richard Picard, Director
of Public Relations and Advertising at Cypress Bayou Casino Hotel. “This month we are celebrating our 25th anniversary and thanking our guests with
spectacular giveaways. Our $125K Anniversary giveaway is a prime example of our commitment to delivering an unparalleled entertainment experience to
the communities in which we serve,” continued Picard.