Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tampa has donated a sum of $750,000 to a total of 75 Tampa Bay charities. During a reception at the Gold Elvis Piano, the group donated $10,000 to each charity as it celebrated National Philanthropy Day.
Steve Bonner, President of Seminole Hard Rock Tampa, said: “The Seminole Tribe of Florida and Seminole Hard Rock Tampa take pride in their ongoing support of the Tampa Bay community. To that end, as we spotlight National Philanthropy Day, we wanted to honor 75 charities that do such critical and important work for so many people. But, more importantly, we want to give back to show we are extremely grateful for the magnitude of support from Tampa Bay throughout all of these years.”
— Seminole Hard Rock Tampa (@SHRTampa) November 16, 2022 As part of the celebration, all slot players who had their Unity Card properly inserted into a machine during the announcement each won a $50 Bonus Free Play.
“Social purpose is the life of Hard Rock, a company founded in 1971 on the mottos – Love All-Serve All, Take Time To Be Kind, Save The Planet, and All Is One. We work to improve lives, help communities and sustain the earth, infusing the power of music into all we do, wherever we are,” the company noted.
Today, the group accounts for more than 45,000 Hard Rock team members across 260 locations that include owned/licensed or managed Hotels, Casinos, Rock Shops, and Cafes spanning 70 countries.
Hard Rock’s Casino Tampa offers nearly 5,000 slot machines, 179 table games, a state-of-the-art Poker Room featuring 46 tables and a smoke-free Mezzanine Level Casino. The 800-room hotel is AAA Four Diamond rated and offers 12 restaurants, including upscale dining venues Council Oak Steaks & Seafood, The Rez Grill, and Cipresso.
Amenities include the 1,500-seat Hard Rock Event Center; a 60,000-square-foot pool deck area with three pools and 19 cabanas; as well as the luxurious Rock Spa & Salon. The resort is located off I-4 at North Orient Road and Hillsborough Avenue, about 10 minutes east of downtown Tampa.