The Hotel at Black Oak Casino Resort partners with PathoSans

March 19, 2024
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The casino hotel will kick off a non-toxic cleaning program.

The Hotel at Black Oak Casino Resort has partnered with PathoSans to implement a non-toxic and safe cleaning program. PathoSans is known for offering socially responsible and sustainable cleaning and disinfecting solutions.

Part of the agreement involves The Hotel at Black Oak Casino Resort using PathoSans’ natural cleaning products for its carpet care and for general cleaning.

General Manager Amanda Silacci discussed the partnership and the impact it could have on the casino’s guests by saying, “Our team and guests are always our number one priority.

“The opportunity to replace harsh cleaning chemicals with safe, all-natural alternatives, along with the ability to generate it on site and no longer worry about the procurement chain is extremely appealing.”

PathoSans Sales Director Ken Campbell said, “The Hotel values the health and well-being of its staff and guests, and we are proud to partner with them,” said Ken Campbell, Sales Director, PathoSans.

“We look forward to supporting their responsible cleaning goals and helping them make good on their promise to provide a clean and safe family fun experience.”

The Hotel at Black Oak Casino Resort is owned and operated by The Tuolumne Band of Me-Wuk Indians. The casino is located near Yosemite National Park close to the Sierra Nevada foothills.

The casino offers guests high-limit and smoke-free gambling and is home to 1,100 slot machines and 22 table games. The destination also features 148 hotel rooms and suites, along with a saline pool and an 85-site RV Park.


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