MASHANTUCKET, CT – Foxwoods Resort Casino is reporting slot revenue of $28.1 million for the month of November 2023. This results in a $7.1 million direct payment to the State of Connecticut in accordance with the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation’s long-standing slot revenue contribution agreement. Since 1993, the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation has directly deposited over $4.6 billion of Foxwoods’ slot revenue into the state’s budget fund.
Foxwoods celebrated Native American Heritage Month with a cultural celebration that highlighted traditional dance and flute music and an Indigenous artist display on the Great Cedar Concourse that featured art from local tribal members. The casino’s annual giving campaign, Stuff the Bus, began on November 10 and ran until December 8. Foxwoods collected donations of new unopened toys, stuffed animals, and more to support the United Way of Southeastern Connecticut and its “Tommy Toy” Fund program.
To commemorate Veterans Day, Foxwoods partnered with the non-profit organization, Save a Suit, to host Suits & Salutes on November 10, offering veterans a VIP suiting experience with professional clothing and accessories and an opportunity to take professional headshots, alongside on-site resources. The resort also hosted the long-anticipated return of their annual Veterans Day Parade, where local organizations, schools, valued patrons and tribal members gathered to pay tribute to active military personnel and veterans.