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CLEVELAND - The Horseshoe Casino Cleveland's next big promotion means three people will walk away with $1 million.
The casino announced the drawing on Friday during a festival in Public Square. The "$3 Million Summer Giveaway" will take place at both the Cleveland and Cincinnati locations, so $6 million total is up for grabs.
To enter, Total Rewards members must swipe their cards at the promotional kiosk in the casino. Members get one entry for swiping once a day and can earn more entries for every 25 Tier Credits while playing slots and table games. The drawings will be held at 9 p.m. on July 20, Aug. 10 and Sept. 1. Winners do not need to be present to claim their prize.
During Friday's festival, cardstacker Bryan Berg created the downtown Cleveland skyline using 40,000 playing cards. The event also featured a a celebrity wiffle ball game with Mario Lopez, former Cleveland Cavalier Larry Nance, former Cleveland Indian Carlos Baerga and former Cleveland Browns Handford Dixon.
Horseshoe Casino Cleveland also announced that it will be showing free movies every Tuesday through August on a projection screen in Public Square. There will be free concerts every Friday during the summer as well.
For more information, go to www.horseshoecleveland.com
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