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The Champion’s Club is a customer loyalty and rewards program.

Similar to an airline miles program, the Champion’s Club rewards customers for their loyalty to Sandia Golf Club.

The program is designed for the local golfer who has flexibility with their golf schedule and can take advantage of the discounted green fees with a shorter reservation window while earning points towards free golf.

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The program is designed for the local golfer who has flexibility with their golf schedule and can take advantage of the discounted green […] The 2019 Champions Club The Champion’s Club is a customer loyalty and rewards program.

The odds are finally paying off for Delaware's three casinos.

The state House late Thursday night passed a compromise bill that virtually assures the gaming houses will win the tax relief they have been seeking for nearly a decade."They can breath a little easier tonight knowing that the ball is back in their court," said longtime casino champion Sen. "They've got a good future."Approved 35-4, the latest draft of the bill would lower the casinos' tax burden $16.8 million by reducing the tax rate on slot revenue by 1 percentage point and cutting the tax rate on table games nearly in half.

Bushweller said that should provide significant breathing room for the casinos, which collectively employ close to 3,000 people — mostly in Kent County where Dover Downs Hotel and Casino and Harrington Casino and Raceway operate.

Those businesses have long argued Delaware's tax structure is threatening their ability to stay afloat in the face of growing competition from surrounding states.

Delaware has hiked the tax rate on casinos seven times since it legalized slot machines in the mid-1990s.

Most notably, the Legislature upped the rate on slot machine revenue to 43 percent in 2009 to help close a state budget gap during the height of the recession.

That's nearly double the rate when the industry began.