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Seminole Casinos of Florida Launch Traveling Cash Display

The Seminole Casinos of Florida have come up with an attention-grabber of a marketing ploy: a million traveling cash display made up of 0 bills, stacked up in a 1,300-pound, ,000 bullet-resistant Lexan showcase. It’s the largest amount of money ever publicly displayed at a casino, and coincides with a promotion that gives Seminole Player’s Club members a chance to win million by swiping their cards at a designated kiosk. The road show kicks off at Seminole Hard Rock in Hollywood on March 18 and will travel nearly 1,000 miles over the course of about 40 days.

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