A Special Casino Opens Last Summer in the Historic Downtown [Esmeralda Street] Minden, County of Douglas
The long process of rehabilitation of the C.O.D.* Garage in historic downtown Minden has been completed with the conversion to the C.O.D. Casino. The C.O.D. Casino opened their doors August 14, 2014, at 404 Esmeralda..
“We are excited to open and take care of our new guests in the Carson Valley” says General Manager Scott Tate, “The facility looks great and we were able to retain the historic character of the C.O.D.* Garage, while being able to add all of the comforts of a great casino”
The C.O.D.* Casino offers a wide variety of slot machines, a live Keno game and soon to be added sports wagering venue and Live Poker.
It also has many preserved and restored items from the C.O.D.* Garage, including the tow truck featured in the Casino’s logo, which is the feature piece in a small museum at the rear of the establishment. The museum also includes the counter and desk from the old garage.
* C. O. D. does not stand for Clarence Oliver Dangdaileyberg!
~ reprinted from the Carson Valley Times
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