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JogoReno, GSR Sign 30-Year Lease Deal

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The Grand Sierra Resort (GSR) has entered into an agreement to support the development of jogoReno, the world's largest racquet and court-based tournament arena.

The deal enters jogoReno into a 30-year lease on GSR property, where it is set to begin building the four-story, 68,000-square-foot facility late this year.

Upon completion, jogoReno is set to be the only facility of its kind in the world, on par with venues such as the National Bowling Stadium. Upon completion, jogoReno is set to be the only facility of its kind in the world, featuring 32 courts that accommodate sports ranging from racquetball and three-on-three basketball to volleyball and the fast-growing pickleball. Among its amenities are moveable walls and LED-lighted floors that display boundaries for various sports.

"The lease offering from the Grand Sierra Resort is a tremendous vote of confidence by The Meruelo Group and its executive officers and is one we're very grateful for," said Mike Neeser, managing partner of jogoReno. "With an incredible opportunity for growth and the value added through attachment to such a large-scale, reputable property, we expect jogoReno to become the premier venue for court-based sports not only in the United States, but in the world."

(The Abbi Agency contributed to this report.)

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