Hard Rock Casino Will Expand Its Temporary Casino

Hard Rock Casino Bristol, VA

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If you build it, they will come. Or so the saying goes. In this case, the saying rings true. Due to high demand, The Hard Rock Bristol Casino has expanded its temporary gaming space. They added new slot machines, two high-limit area blackjack tables, and a “Party Pit” with four more blackjack tables. Even better, the tables have a $15 minimum, when a lot of others in the casino are $25. The Party Pit’s convenient location will promise a fun vibe, with TVs covering your sports needs and live music. The Party Pit will open during peak times – Thursday through Sunday from 4 p.m. to 2 a.m.

“We are thrilled to offer new slots and table games for our guests,” said Allie Evangelista, president, Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Bristol. “With these additions, the casino now has 890 slots and 29 tables, along with our sportsbook.”

Not bad for a little ol’ casino that’s operating inside of an old Belk department store. To meet the high demand, the casino has hired additional staff to manage the expanded gaming space and ensure that customers have a seamless gaming experience. The staff includes experienced dealers, slot attendants, and other gaming professionals who are trained to provide exceptional service and assistance to players. However, Hard Rock Bristol still needs more people. Job openings galore still remain. You can go to the Hard Rock website here for the positions available.

About the Hard Rock Bristol

The expansion of the temporary gaming space is great news for the Hard Rock Bristol Casino. The operation has been gaining momentum since its opening in July. The casino permanent $400 million resort project is slated to open in 2024. With its expanded gaming offerings and commitment to customer service, the Hard Rock Bristol Casino is well-positioned to become a premier gaming destination in Virginia and beyond.

While Hard Rock has only been running for a little over eight months, it’s brought in big bucks. They’ve reported over $109 million in revenues. That translates to $2.47 million in tax revenues to help fund local government services.