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Q&A with Bruce Hornsby

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We recently sat down with Bruce Hornsby to learn more about him and his expansive career. He will be coming to The Northern Lights Theater along with Pat Metheny on Tuesday, July 29.

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Q&A with Pat Metheny

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We recently sat down with Pat Metheny to learn more about him and his expansive career. He will be coming to The Northern Lights Theater along with Bruce Hornsby on Tuesday, July 29.

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Casino Helps Honor Peak Performer Cecelia Gore

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April 11, 2014 -- Potawatomi Bingo Casino was a lead sponsor of the Junior Achievement Wisconsin Business Hall of Fame induction ceremony held on April 10. The Hall of Fame recognizes and honors the professional and civic accomplishments of business leaders who have left their mark throughout the state.

The founder, or chief executive, from Manitowoc Company, Wausau Homes, Cousins Subs and Astronautics Corporation were this year’s inductees. In addition, the Casino presented the Peak Performer Award to Cecelia Gore of the Brewers Community Foundation.

“Cecelia has made a tremendous positive impact on this community,” said Kelly Skindzelewski, public relations director for the Casino. “It was an honor to recognize her and bring attention to her good work.”

Sponsoring the Business Hall of Fame is just one of the Casino’s on-going efforts to contribute to the community, and share Potawatomi’s story of growth and fulfilling its mission. Over 500 people attended the event, which the Casino has sponsored for the past few years.

“Junior Achievement encourages entrepreneurialism and educates youth about economic concepts and business development,” Skindzelewski added. “These are important business models for youth to understand so they can generate future businesses in Wisconsin.”

Potawatomi Celebrates Earth Day Every Day

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May 5, 2014 -- Recognizing Earth Day is just one of the many ways Potawatomi Bingo Casino aligns with the Forest County Potawatomi tribe’s tradition of living in harmony with nature. The Casino has numerous green practices in place such as using energy-efficient lighting, green cleaning practices and a new food waste recycling process which converts kitchen food scraps into energy.

The Casino’s Earth Week activities included hosting a recycling drive with team members for plastic bags, used athletic shoes and cellphones, turning off exterior lights and volunteering for community service. Several Casino team members helped the Urban Ecology Center pull weeds and plant seedlings at Three Bridges Park.

Every year, the Casino is reducing the amount of items that get placed in the landfill through it single-stream recycling and related programs. Potawatomi also contributes to the power grid through its use of solar panels on its administration building. The Casino has reduced its energy use by 4,367,237 kWh/year by installing LED and lower wattage lighting.

Potawatomi Bingo Casino is owned and operated by the Forest County Potawatomi.

 

Recognizing Earth Day is just one of the many ways Potawatomi Bingo Casino aligns with the Forest County Potawatomi tribe’s tradition of living in harmony with nature. The Casino has numerous green practices in place such as using energy-efficient lighting, green cleaning practices and a new food waste recycling process which converts kitchen food scraps into energy.

The Casino’s Earth Week activities included hosting a recycling drive with team members for plastic bags, used athletic shoes and cellphones, turning off exterior lights and volunteering for community service. Several Casino team members helped the Urban Ecology Center pull weeds and plant seedlings at Three Bridges Park.

Every year, the Casino is reducing the amount of items that get placed in the landfill through it single-stream recycling and related programs. Potawatomi also contributes to the power grid through its use of solar panels on its administration building. The Casino has reduced its energy use by 4,367,237 kWh/year by installing LED and lower wattage lighting.

Potawatomi Bingo Casino is owned and operated by the Forest County Potawatomi.

- See more at: http://paysbig.com/blog/2014/5/5/potawatomi-celebrates-earth-day-every-day/#sthash.5np1e51G.dpuf

Recognizing Earth Day is just one of the many ways Potawatomi Bingo Casino aligns with the Forest County Potawatomi tribe’s tradition of living in harmony with nature. The Casino has numerous green practices in place such as using energy-efficient lighting, green cleaning practices and a new food waste recycling process which converts kitchen food scraps into energy.

The Casino’s Earth Week activities included hosting a recycling drive with team members for plastic bags, used athletic shoes and cellphones, turning off exterior lights and volunteering for community service. Several Casino team members helped the Urban Ecology Center pull weeds and plant seedlings at Three Bridges Park.

Every year, the Casino is reducing the amount of items that get placed in the landfill through it single-stream recycling and related programs. Potawatomi also contributes to the power grid through its use of solar panels on its administration building. The Casino has reduced its energy use by 4,367,237 kWh/year by installing LED and lower wattage lighting.

Potawatomi Bingo Casino is owned and operated by the Forest County Potawatomi.

- See more at: http://paysbig.com/blog/2014/5/5/potawatomi-celebrates-earth-day-every-day/#sthash.5np1e51G.dpuf

Q&A with Bill Engvall

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Bill Engvall in Milwaukee at Potawatomi - Q&A session

We recently sat down with comedian and actor Bill Engvall to learn more about him and his expansive career. He is performing in the Expo Center at 8 p.m. May 28.

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