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Oneida Nation to formally open Yellow Brick Road Casino & Sportsbook expansion on Feb. 11

By Eric Reinhardt


A rendering of the Lanes, six-lane bowling center that’s part of the “multi-million” expansion at Yellow Brick Road Casino & Sportsbook in Chittenango. The Oneida Indian Nation plans to formally open the expanded area on Feb. 11. (Rendering provided by Oneida Indian Nation)

CHITTENANGO, N.Y. — The Oneida Indian Nation says it will formally open its “multi-million” dollar, expanded entertainment area at Yellow Brick Road Casino & Sportsbook on Feb. 11.

The Oneida Indian Nation — in partnership with Good Life CNY and Generation Next — will host an event giving guests an “exclusive” first look at the new social games and amenities at Yellow Brick Road Casino & Sportsbook.

Following the multi-million-dollar renovation, Yellow Brick Road Casino is set to open its 19,400 square foot entertainment space. It includes additions such as “The Lanes,” a six-lane luxury Brunswick Bowling Center; two high-tech Topgolf Swing Suite bays; multiple pool tables; shuffleboard; sports-betting stations; more than 65 additional slot machines; and more than 20 TV screens.

It also includes a bar and dining area with bar top gaming and a menu that the casino’s culinary staff developed.


Tickets for the grand-opening event are $15 in advance and $20 at the door, with proceeds to benefit the Good Life CNY and Generation Next — two CenterState CEO initiatives that work to promote quality of life and economic opportunities in the region.

Generation Next is an initiative to attract “diverse talent” to available positions in Central New York; foster opportunities for career advancement; and “connect talented diverse professionals through social engagement and networking opportunities,” per CenterState.

The Good Life CNY is a marketing, branding, and talent-connection campaign dedicated to “promoting the fantastic quality of life and economic opportunity available [in] CNY to potential candidates in the Northeast United States.”

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