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    #FeelFree to Be You at Isle Casino Hotel® Waterloo!

    We’re a place where you always feel welcome and where you never need to act like someone you’re not. Isle of Capri Casinos®, Inc. started as a humble riverboat casino in Bettendorf, IA in 1991. Today we have fourteen properties across the country, but have never lost sight of our roots. No one here is snobby, exclusive, or pretentious – Isle Casino Hotel® Waterloo is a place you can be completely yourself.

    In 2016, Isle® Waterloo, along with all her sister properties, adopted a new mantra… words to live by. Feel Free to Feel Free™ are the words you will hear spoken all over our lovely property. But what does this mean to us?

    “We don’t want our guests to feel like guests, we want them to feel right at home when they play with us,” says Stacy DeWalt, Chief Marketing Officer of Isle of Capri Casinos®, Inc. “The best compliment we hear is – ‘I feel like I belong here.’”

    And we guarantee you belong here. We accept all kinds of funny gaming rituals and love enthusiasm. Whether it’s the lucky baseball cap you wear, or the funky socks you can’t play without. It could be a shrill victory screech with every jackpot, or a kiss of the dice before you roll… we LOVE to see what you’ve got.

    Everyone always has the same chance at winning… but sometimes a few little superstitions feel like they get you there more often… and they’re a lot of fun too. DeWalt says, “The best part of my job is spending time with our employees and hearing about the fun times they are having with our customers,” so no matter what ritual you have, join in on the good times at Isle Casino Hotel® Waterloo.

    Regardless of what game you play, what you wear, or who you’re with, our entire mission at the Isle is to make sure you feel at home.

    Can’t get enough Isle action? Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram to play our Feel Free to Feel Free giveaways for chances to win some awesome prizes. You can always #FeelFree to Feel Free™ at Isle®!
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