Rebranded Elements Casino to open Dec. 17 in Cloverdale

Renovated facility to feature live entertainment, expanded dining options

Michael Kim

CLOVERDALE — Dec. 17 is the targeted opening date of the redeveloped and renamed Fraser Downs Racetrack and Casino.

Elements Casino, as the “all-inclusive, full service gaming entertainment venue” will be known, will have a grand-opening celebration that day.

“The countdown is on and the entire team is looking forward to welcoming our guests and first time visitors to our grand opening celebration as we officially introduce Elements Casino to the community and marketplace,” said Michael Kim, general manager of Fraser Downs Racetrack and Casino.

Live entertainment, “unsurpassed” dining experiences and gaming offerings consisting of casino games and standardbred horse racing will be featured.

The property will include more than 500 state-of-the-art interactive slot machines along with table games such as squeeze baccarat, blackjack, roulette and poker.

Dining options will focus on fresh and modern menu styles.

“We look forward to the grand opening of Elements Casino as it will give us an opportunity to elevate, improve and diversify the entertainment experience within the Surrey marketplace, a region that is currently growing and projected to be the most populated city in Metro Vancouver by 2020,” said Chuck Keeling, VP of Stakeholder Relations and Responsible Gaming with Great Canadian Gaming Corporation.

Great Canadian Gaming Corporation operates gaming, entertainment and hospitality facilities in British Columbia, Ontario, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Washington State.

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