Woman in town to downsize relative's estate will now keep the property.
Online PR News – 01-April-2014 – Parker, ARIZONA – Parker, ARIZONA – Chanel had been staying at BlueWater Resort & Casino while in town with her aunt, handling affairs of a close relative’s estate. Just hours before her celebrated event, she joined the BlueWater Resort & Casino Players Club. She was passing time playing the casino games before setting out the next day to attend to the family matters when the WMS Industries Inc., LORD OF THE RINGS™ wide area progressive machine lined up three 3x Wild symbols and flashed the $1.7 million dollar jackpot. Casino patrons from all corners of the gaming floor flocked to witness the biggest jackpot ever awarded at BlueWater Resort & Casino. The jackpot was awarded around 11 p.m. on Tuesday, March 25, 2014.
The 26-year-old said her plans would now change, as she would remodel the property to keep for her family Colorado River getaway spot; she is a resident of California.
"First of all, this money will help with the cost of me finishing college," the winner said. "Second, I will have extra money to help my younger siblings along the way since our mom passed last year and I'm the oldest. Third, I'm going to invest in real estate and a few other areas to make the money grow for mine and my family's future... and I'll definitely be back to the Blue Water Casino for a slot or two."
About BlueWater Resort & Casino
Opened in 1999, BlueWater Resort & Casino (www.bluewaterfun.com), along the shores of the Colorado River in Parker, Ariz., is fast becoming the entertainment capital of western Arizona. An enterprise of the Colorado River Indian Tribes, each of the 200 BlueWater hotel rooms overlook the river and mountains. The resort offers over 500 slot machines, table games, a poker room and a bingo hall. Nationally renowned celebrities appear regularly at the BlueWater Amphitheater and Show Room. The resort has a marina and several restaurants, along with the Wake Board Island wake board cable park.
The Colorado River Indian Tribes urge you to gamble responsibly. If you feel you need help, call the 24-hour confidential national hotline at 1-800-NEXT STEP (1-800-639-8783).