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March 22, 2011

The $150 million Twin Arrows Casino Resort broke ground on Monday. The new casino will be located outside of Flagstaff on Interstate 40. Next month will begin the building phase of the project. It is estimated to open in July of 2012.

During the Navajo Nation ceremony, several dignitaries were present. Navajo President Ben Shelly delivered a speech during the dedication ceremony. The casino project will create 800 permanent jobs. As well as 1000 temporary jobs related to the construction.

Construction jobs have been down for awhile in the area. The new casino project will bring much needed jobs to out of work people. Tourism will also grow from Flagstaff and Gallup.

Currently the Navajo Nation also owns casinos in New Mexico. The Twin Arrows Casino Resort will be the first for the tribe in Arizona.

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