Del Lago Resort & Casino hosted another successful Savor del Lago event on July 21st, with proceeds benefitting the Sampson Veterans Memorial Cemetery (SVMC).
Located in Romulus, NY, on the former site of the Sampson Naval Training Station and Sampson Air Force Base, SVMC provides veterans and their eligible dependents with a dignified final resting place of military burial. SVMC is owned and operated by Seneca County under VA National Cemetery guidelines with day-to-day management and maintenance provided by the Seneca County Economic Development Corporation. SVMC hopes to eventually become a federally funded national cemetery or a VA-funded New York State Veterans Cemetery.
Del Lago Resort & Casino presented SVMC with a $1,500 check. The funds raised from Savor del Lago will allow the organization to ensure the proper maintenance and operations of the cemetery to assure veterans receive a dignified, military funeral worthy of their service.
Pictured from left to right: Mark Juliano, Executive VP & General Manager of del Lago Resort & Casino; Bob Aronson, Executive Director of the Seneca County IDA; Joell Murney-Karsten, Community Outreach Coordinator of del Lago Resort & Casino; William Yale USN (Ret) Director, Sampson Veterans Memorial Cemetery; Jimmy Wilmot, Director of Player Development of del Lago Resort & Casino.
The next Savor del Lago event will be held from 4PM to 8PM Tuesday, August 21st, and will benefit the Helping Hounds Dog Rescue of DeWitt. Guests can enjoy wine and beer tastings from numerous Finger Lakes wineries, breweries and cideries. Savor del Lago is free to Massimo and Elite players, $5 for Premier and Signature players, and $10 for non-carded guests. While registration is not required, it is recommended by visiting here.
About del Lago Resort & Casino
Del Lago Resort & Casino is a $440 million casino, 205-room hotel and spa in Waterloo, New York. The mission behind del Lago Resort & Casino has been to act as a gateway to the Finger Lakes region, leveraging the natural beauty and unique offerings while enhancing tourism. Del Lago Resort & Casino features 1,956 slot machines and 99 gaming tables, including 14 poker tables; award-winning Portico by Fabio Viviani, a restaurant serving with a sophisticated take on Old World Italian-inspired foods and spirits; 4,200-square-foot food court; The Vine, a 2,400-person entertainment center, bar and restaurant; Farmers Market Buffet, featuring locally sourced comfort foods and Centrifico, a bar/lounge area in the center of the gaming floor. The hotel wing features The Sociale Café & Bar, serving “gastro spa” cuisine and beverages, Lavazza Italian coffee shop, serving homemade pastries and gelato and the 14,000-square-foot European-style Spa del Lago. For more information, visit delLagoResort.com.