JETT Gaming Upgrades Gold Strike Hotel & Gambling Hall and Rebrands as Terrible’s Hotel & Casino
Refreshed rooms, remodeled lounge, Denny’s restaurant all part of rebranded property. On the heels of major remodeling and upgrades, JETT Gaming, Inc., a division of Terrible Herbst, is rebranding The Gold Strike Hotel & Gambling Hall in Jean, NV and changing the name of the property to Terrible’s Hotel & Casino. JETT Gaming, Inc. purchased the property in 2015 and recently completed a series of upgrades and remodeling initiatives. “It is time for us to put the Terrible’s brand on the building,” said Barry Phillips, executive director of marketing, JETT Gaming, Inc. “We have remodeled rooms as well as upgraded several entities within the property. We invite 1-15 travelers and Las Vegas locals alike to come in and experience the new and refreshed casino, hotel and all its amenities.” Since purchasing the property, JETT Gaming, Inc., has invested in numerous updates and upgrades throughout the hotel and casino including: hotel room updates; a new Konami slot and club system, which rewards gamers for their play; a refurbished lounge featuring live music; new slot machines; Mini Baccarat; a movie car display; and the Off-Road Hall of Fame. In addition, the property installed a new $1.4 million dollar full-color monument marquis with high visibility for the tens of thousands of 1-15 travelers driving to and leaving from Las Vegas each day. The name officially changes to Terrible’s Hotel & Casino on November 1, 2018. The new Terrible’s Hotel & Casino is located across the freeway from the recently opened Terrible’s Roadhouse and World’s Largest Chevron, which features 50,000 square feet of retail space, 96 gas pumps, a drive-through White Castle, Red Bull lounge, Monster Energy lounge, a candy village, an Advance Auto parts store and much more. The complementary amenities, services, gaming and entertainment offered at the sister properties are more than enough to satisfy every craving, need, and desire for Las Vegas travelers heading into and out of Southern Nevada.