Black Oak offers a personal touch

Looking for the perfect holiday escape? Black Oak Casino, based in Tuolumne, the home of Yosemite National Park and Columbia State Park, is a great destination for the holidays.

The casino, an easy two-hour drive from the Bay Area, is launching a new website that has a personalized page for every Players Club member. People will be able to log in to their page to receive personalized special offers just for them.

“We are launching a new website that is very interactive,” said Al O’Brien, marketing and entertainment manager for Black Oak Casino. “It will have the ability for our Players Club to visit a personal Web page by simply following a link from our homepage.

“The personal Web page will be addressed to them personally and will provide them with specific offers based on their gaming and interest in gaming.”

O’Brien said the website is contemporary as far as use of Flash and other types of animation, yet it’s a fun and interactive way to learn more about the casino.

“Players Club members will see a webpage with a message of ‘[Person’s name], how are you doing today? We have an offer for you,’ and will provide them to see what is new at our casino, what entertainment options we have coming up, gaming tournaments and all those sorts of things,” O’Brien said.

A Hollywood Fame and Fortune promotion will run Jan. 3 through Feb. 27. Players whose entries are chosen out of a drum on a weekly basis will play a big board game where they are the pieces themselves.

“Casino guests will roll the dice and move forward a specific number of places,” O’Brien said. “Every spot on the game board has different prizes including cash, free play and electronics. It’s a fun activity for our players and different than just standing there listening to your name drawn out of a drum.”

For Bay Area residents interested in spending some of their time his holiday season in the Yosemite Valley and Black Oak Casino, the casino offers charter bus trips to the casino from throughout the Bay Area.

Black Oak Casino

Located: 19400 Tuolumne Road North, Tuolumne

On the Web: www.blackoakcasino.com

Phone: (877) 747-8777

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