Disabled American Vets Present Awards

Disabled American Vets Present Awards to Prairie Island and Treasure Island

Treasure Island Salutes all Veterans with a free meal

Red Wing, Minn. – The Disabled American Veterans of Minnesota (DAV) is a group made up of women and men who have been disabled in our nation’s defense. Their mission is to better the lives of Minnesota’s disabled veterans and their families. The DAV and their Chapters provide free, professional assistance and outreach to veterans and their families in obtaining benefits and services earned through military service. They also represent the interests of disabled veterans; their families; their widowed spouses and their orphans before Congress, the White House, and the Judicial Branch, as well as state and local government.

The St. Paul Chapter of the DAV recently awarded the Prairie Island Indian Community and Treasure Island Resort & Casino plaques for their commitment to the DAV and military organizations. Presenting the awards on behalf of the St. Paul Chapter of the DAV was Mr. George Bodmer, Senior Procurement Officer, and Mr. Wiley Mclaurin, Past Chapter Commander of the St. Paul Chapter of DAV.

In honor of Veteran’s Day, Treasure Island Resort & Casino is proud to recognize and thank those who have served in the Armed Forces. On Monday, November 11, people are invited to bring their active Military ID or discharge papers to Treasure Island, and they will receive a FREE buffet coupon for Tradewinds Buffet. The coupon could also be used for ten dollars at any restaurant at the casino that day. All people have to do is visit the Island Passport Club and show a Military ID or discharge papers along with their Island Passport Club card to receive the special offer. This is another way that Treasure Island can say thank you to all those who have served. One free buffet per person, please. If you are not a member of the Island Passport Club, it is free to join.

The Prairie Island Indian Community has a long tradition of charitable giving and believes that supporting local organizations is very important. Since 1994, the Prairie Island Indian Community and Treasure Island have donated more than $16 million to a variety of civic and non-profit organizations.

The Prairie Island Indian Community is a federally recognized Indian Nation that owns and operates Treasure Island Resort & Casino, which offers guests some of the best gaming, accommodations, food service and nationally known entertainment in the casino industry. The Prairie Island Indian Community owns and operates Treasure Island Resort & Casino, Mount Frontenac golf course and the Dakota Station. For more information visit ticasino.com.