New Bok Homa Casino Television Ad to Air in May

CHOCTAW, Miss. (April 23, 2012) – Pearl River Resort is pleased to announce that on Saturday, March 23, 2012, the Resort advertising team visited Bok Homa Casino in Sandersville, MS to film a new television commercial for Bok Homa Casino’s “Play Here. Win Here.” campaign.

Several Pearl River Resort associates appear in the new commercial and are shown enjoying the exciting atmosphere of Bok Homa Casino. “One of the goals of Bok Homa Casino is to continue to enhance employee morale and allowing associates to be a part of producing our commercial is helping us to achieve this goal,” stated Alex Billy, General Manager of Bok Homa Casino.

The advertising team and associates performed an exceptional job in bringing the new television ad to life. Produced by Diamond Productions of Birmingham, Alabama, the commercial is set to air on May 1, 2012 and will be in rotation on broadcasting stations in the Pinebelt (Hattiesburg/Laurel) area and surrounding areas.  

Pearl River Resort, located in Choctaw, Mississippi, is the Southern United States' first comprehensive luxury gaming resort. The resort features the Silver Star and Golden Moon, two exciting hotel/casinos with over 2,700 slot machines, more than 75 table games, 1,074 hotel rooms, 11 restaurants, European spa facilities, shopping and live entertainment.  Also featured is The Dancing Rabbit Golf Club with two championship golf courses and Geyser Falls Water Theme Park. 
Bok Homa Casino
Bok Homa Casino located in Sandersville, Ms is the latest addition to Pearl River Resort. The impressive new 27,000 square foot facility features over 750 slot machines and a fabulous quick serve eatery called Lucky’s.

The Arena at Golden Moon  
Set within the casino floor of the Golden Moon Hotel & Casino, The Arena at Golden Moon Hotel & Casino can hold up to 10,000 patrons for a variety of special events ranging from concerts and comedy showcases to touring shows and exclusive, limited engagement performances. 

Pearl River Resort is a development of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians, a federally recognized, self-governing tribe with approximately 10,000 members living on or near reservation land.  For more information, go to