Savusavu, Fiji, December 22, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- One Hundred Sands, a Fiji based firm plans to build a $290 million Luxury Casino Resort and Convention Center on Denarau Island. One Hundred Sands plans to employ 600 to 800 local residents.
“After two years of working diligently with the Fijian government under the stewardship of Prime Minister Josaia Voreqe Bainimarama, and Native American tribes, we’re delighted to be part of this thrilling opportunity to introduce casino gaming and state of the art convention center to the Fiji Islands to help create jobs and expand tourism for the country,” said Larry Claunch, Founder and Chairman of the Board of One Hundred Sands, Ltd.
Mr. Claunch also added that his firm is “looking forward to working closely with Fijian Tourism Authorities, other local resorts, tour operators, and airlines throughout the Pacific to enhance the tourism to Fiji.”
One Hundred Sands is partnering with the Snoqualmie Tribe from the State of Washington and Seventh Generation LLC, a Native American company, in order to enhance its casino gaming experience, the development of social and economic initiates to benefit local Fijians, and to further develop cultural and tribal ties between Native Americans and Fijians.
The Casino complex will bring a new level of sophistication to the Tourism Industry in Fiji featuring very high end luxury rooms. It will provide a plethora of opportunities to various existing and new business for ancillary activities. The Fiji airline industry will see direct benefits and through the creation of additional passengers on the plane.
Foreign exchanges will be bolstered to higher levels and this will contribute to the enhancement of their GDP.
Chairman of the Board
One Hundred Sands, LTD
Savusavu, Fiji Islands
(679) 932 9132