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Gold Strike Casino Host Hotel For Tunica Fall Classic

The Gold Strike Casino, located in Tunica, Miss., will serve as the host hotel for this year's Tunica Fall Classic. The Tunica Fall Classic is slotted for November 14-16. The Gold Strike is also providing rooms at a discounted rate for all associated with the horse show. For more information call 1-888-245-7829. The Discount Code is 1311TUNICA  under Tunica Fall Classic. The discounted horse show rate is $49 Tuesday-Thursday and $89 Friday-Saturday.

In conjunction with the horse show, there will also be an Exhibitor's Party on Wednesday, November 13th from 6:30 - 8:30. The event will be held in the Millennium Ballroom and Bar located on the second floor of the hotel. This is a private area set aside for hor'devours that are provided and a cash bar.  The live band starts at 9:00 p.m. downstairs on the casino floor. 

Celebration CEO, Mike Inman stated, "The Gold Strike is owned by MGM and has a very upscale feel in quality and service that everyone enjoyed last year. You team that with it being just the right size that you get to see your friends while gambling or on the dance floor made it feel like it was “our” hotel.   It is the perfect venue at a super price.  I hope everyone will join us at the Millennium Ballroom for a first class start to a big weekend.”

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