Sloan, Iowa -WinnaVegas Casino Resort is owned and operated by the Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska. The Winnebago Tribe first arrived in northwest Kentucky around 500 BC. Their ancestors settled in Nebraska in the 19th century following a number of migrations and treaties with the United States. Today, they seek to preserve the Winnebago heritage, history, language and culture throughout their community.
Opening in April 1992, WinnaVegas has grown over the years to become the largest gaming floor in the area. They also feature a beautiful hotel, large bingo facility, delicious dining options, a spacious event center and multiple meeting rooms.
Over time the casino floor and bingo operations have suffered from a constant dose of tobacco smoke and odor. The air handlers that service this space have basically been destroyed by years and years of tar and nicotine abuse. Casino Air engineers recently signed a contract with the Winnebago Tribe to replace the existing air handlers, upgrade the bingo HVAC, and incorporate Casino Air smoke and odor technology in all smoking venues of the property. The end results will be a casino floor and bingo facility that will be void of tobacco smoke and odor, and HVAC equipment that will operate at twice the efficiency. Clean Air Is Good Business…