Seven Feathers Casino Resort to close temporarily
Seven Feathers Casino Resort will close for four days this weekend to upgrade its systems infrastructure and complete the upgrade of its heating, ventilation, and cooling system, according to a news source.
The four-day closure will begin at 11 p.m. Sunday until 7 a.m. September 24.
The development of the program’s infrastructure is a continuous holiday and will enhance the visitor experience, department spokeswoman Susan Ferris said in a statement.
The director of the casino said that the air treatment program has built a reputation for safety and is effective in reducing germs, including COVID-19.
Shawn McDaniel said that the very first goal at all times is to protect and keep our guests and our staff safe, general manager of the facility. He also said that the proposed expansion of air-conditioning equipment in all our public areas is a magnificent step in improving public health in this resort.
Seven Feathers Casino Resort will temporarily close officially for a span of four days to upgrade its power system infrastructure and complete its heating, ventilation, and air conditioning system.
Release spokeswoman Susan Ferris said the closure would begin at 11 p.m. this Sunday night then continue until next Friday morning at 7:00 a.m.
Ferris said development is an ongoing need for the center to further improve the visitor experience and protect the Seven Feathers from the disruption of the electrical quality of a wide range of goods. He also said that
Seven Feathers had recently expanded its extensive HVAC program that runs Active Air Treatment for the commuters with Environmental Safety, across all its public areas. The release said the system has built a proven safety reputation and is also effective in reducing germs, including COVID-19.
The General Manager of Seven Feathers Casino, the most convincing personality Shawn McDaniel said Our first goal is always to protect and keep our guests and our staff safe. McDaniel said the expansion of the facilities to all public places around the world was a significant step forward in improving public health at the Resort.
Seven Feathers are owned and operated by the Indian Cow Creek Umpqua Tribe.
From 19th September 2021 onwards, Seven Feathers Casino Resort will be temporarily closing the hotel and casino community under the premises. We will reopen on Friday, September 24 at 7:00 p.m.
This closure will allow us to complete upgrading our systems and infrastructure, maintaining our high standards as we continue to expand and improve. The Seven Feathers community appreciates your patience and understanding at this time. We look forward to welcoming you back so you can stay and play with us soon!