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Miccosukee Resort & Gaming is a resort and casino on the western outskirts of Miami, Florida, off 500 Southwest 177th Avenue on the edge of the Everglades. Located in a 9-story pink and white building, it has a colored statue of a young Miccosukee boy outside the front entrance. It has been cited as "one of the most unusual resort destinations in Florida" due to the contrast between the Native American village surroundings and the casino. Established in 1999 at a reported cost of $45 million, it is operated by about 400 members of the Miccosukee Tribe. read more
Miccosukee Resort & Gaming is a resort and casino on the western outskirts of Miami, Florida, off 500 Southwest 177th Avenue on the edge of the Everglades. Located in a 9-story pink and white building, it has a colored statue of a young Miccosukee boy outside the front entrance. It has been cited as "one of the most unusual resort destinations in Florida" due to the contrast between the Native American village surroundings and the casino. Established in 1999 at a reported cost of $45 million, it is operated by about 400 members of the Miccosukee Tribe. read more
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Miccosukee Resort and Gaming partners with Miami Super Bowl Host Committee 01/2020 The Miami Super Bowl Host Committee Announces Five New Official Partners Freebee, Hellas Construction, Mastec, Innovative Group and Miccosukee Tribe of Indians sign on to be part of South Florida’s 11th Super Bowl – a record-breaking game for Miami Jan 20, 2020

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