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Rivers Casino to give away $20,000 a day to members of Rivers Edge Players Club

| Saturday, Sept. 12, 2009

Rivers Casino plans to give away $20,000 a day, starting today and ending Sept. 25, at the conclusion of the Group of 20 economic summit, casino officials announced Friday.

The $280,000 promotion includes hourly drawings from noon to 11 p.m. each day, during which two players will be awarded $500 each. The lone exception is a 7 p.m. drawing when one player will win $10,000 in free slots play. On Sept. 25, there will be one drawing, at 10 p.m., when one person will win $20,000.

Only those who sign up for the free Rivers Edge Players Club are eligible to win. The winners for the $10,000 drawings and the $20,000 must be in the casino when the drawings are held.

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