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New hotel-casino plans to bring hundreds of jobs to AZ

(Source: wingilariver.com) (Source: wingilariver.com)
LAVEEN, AZ (CBS5) -

Gila River Gaming Enterprises, Inc. is opening a new hotel and casino in the Valley and plans to hire hundreds of workers for the restaurants and bars.

Vee Quiva Hotel and Casino said the job fair will take place Tuesday, March 26 from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. at the Boys and Girls Club Kimatke Branch located as 5047 W. Pecos Rd. in Laveen. [Click here for a map of the location.]

Applicants are encouraged to bring their resume and a photo ID.

The company said up to 150 applicants will be hired, some on the spot.

Restaurants in the casino and hotel include the first Ditka's, founded by Mike Ditka, Fatburger, Panda Express and Los Reyes de la Torta, a west valley restaurant that was recently featured on Man v. Food on the Travel Channel.

Vee Quiva is expected to open in July.

Vee Quiva will be the third Arizona casino owned by the Gila River Indian Community. The other two are Lone Butte that opened in 2008 and Wild Horse Pass that opened in 2009.

Head to wingilariver.com for more details.

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