Small Market Meetings

FEB 2017

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February 2017 33 The resort's on-site catering team has a range of menus from which event planners can choose but can also create custom menus and meals for groups upon request. Breakfast menu options include a range of continental breakfast buffets, signature breakfast buffets and plated breakfasts like steak and eggs. The team offers a variety of break and snack menus, and their lunches are served plated, buffet or brown-bag style. Dinner and hors d'oeuvres are served with beau- tiful presentation, whether it's the Mediterranean anti- pasto display or the filet Oscar topped with lump crab and veloute sauce. Alcohol is available. The lodge is just minutes from the Days of '76 Museum and the Adams Museum, and is near the Broken Boot Gold Mine and the Homestake Gold Mine. However, meeting guests don't have to travel far for world-class entertainment, as the hotel is home to an indoor water playland, as well as an award-winning casino that features more than 280 slot machines, 11 table games and daily tournaments in the highly sought-after Rounders Poker Room. The resort also features a 24-hour fitness center and an on-site gift shop where guests can purchase memorable souvenirs, Deadwood memorabilia and homemade treats from the hills of South Dakota. The Lodge at Deadwood is set up to accommodate groups ranging in size from 10 to 1,700. The Pine Crest Ballroom is the largest space, with 14-foot ceil- ings and an open floorplan for hosting receptions and large meetings of up to 1,700 guests. The resort offers four smaller conference rooms: the Cody, for up to 50 guests; the Russell Bullock, for up to 50; the Roosevelt, for up to 50; and the Pine Crest Sections, for up to 360. For smaller corporate meetings, the resort's Boardroom offers space for up to 10 meeting guests seated in a conference-style arrangement. All the meeting and event spaces at the Lodge at Deadwood Gaming Resort come with free wireless high-speed internet, and additional audiovisual equipment is available upon request. The Pine Crest Ballroom and all four conference rooms feature auto- mated wall screens, and the smaller conference rooms and boardroom feature whiteboards for guests to use during their time there. The resort's team of meeting planners is available to help plan any number of activ- ities for groups before, during and after events, and the resort offers a complimentary shuttle for hotel guests to easily get around the expansive property. Meeting Spaces Extras Catering Before and After Lodge at Deadwood Gaming Resort Location Deadwood, South Dakota Size 140 rooms Meeting Space 16,000 square feet of flexible space Access Highway 85, eight miles from exit 17 on Interstate 90 Contact Info 888-605-0796 www.deadwoodlodge.com Left: Guests can socialize after hours at the lodge's well- stocked bar. Right: The Pine Crest Ballroom can accommodate up to 1,700 guests. Opposite page: Rustic architec- ture welcomes visitors to the Lodge at Deadwood in South Dakota.

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