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Las Vegas police seek help solving deadly hit-and-run case

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Las Vegas police seek help solving deadly hit-and-run case

Las Vegas police seek help solving deadly hit-and-run case

The soon-to-be Las Vegas Raiders have another founding partner for the Allegiant Stadium.

The San Manuel Band of Mission Indians, a tribe of Serrano people who run the San Manuel Casino, is teaming up with the Raiders.

“The popularity of the Raiders in Southern California is unmatched,” said Loren Gill, CEO of the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians.

“Through this partnership we are thrilled to offer our guests more access to high quality sports and entertainment.” “We are pleased to have San Manuel Casino as a founding partner of Allegiant Stadium” said Raiders President Marc Badain.

“Together we remain aligned in our dedication to providing our fans with the best in-class experience.” The details of the deal were not disclosed.


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