Soaring Eagle announces partnership with Detroit Lions – The Morning Sun


DETROIT – The Detroit Lions today announced a partnership with Soaring Eagle Casino and Resort that includes the presentation of a partnership on upcoming “Inside the Den” television specials, weekly “Inside the Pride” episodes for the 2022 season. as well as Power Hour presented by Soaring Eagle Casino and resort at Ford Field on Detroit Lions game days.

“Soaring Eagle Gaming is honored to partner with the Detroit Lions on a multi-year partnership that will delight Lions fans,” said Melinda Coffin, CEO of Soaring Eagle Gaming. “Soaring Eagle Gaming looks forward to igniting fan excitement through our support of Power Hour, our Fan Cave experience, and game-related offers from all of our properties.”

Power Hour presented by Soaring Eagle Casino and Resorts will continue to feature Spin It to Win It and Roar-aoke, now with prizes in the name of Soaring Eagle, including a free night at their property, free games, concert tickets, Resort and Suite credit. A Fan Cave in the 300-level lobby and a raffle during the pre-season for a chance to win on-court experience in a home game in 2022 are further elements of the partnership for fans.

The Soaring Eagle Casino and Resort will also be the presenting partner for “Inside the Den” on the new Lions TV Network. The popular digital series, which takes a behind-the-scenes look at the Lions organization, will come to life for television audiences through three episodes during the off-season. The first begins airing this week on Lions TV Network affiliate channels and the next two specials will air during the weeks of August 15 and September 5.

“It’s exciting to not only launch the Lions TV Network in its latest iteration, but also to launch it with such an engaging and fan-focused partner as Soaring Eagle,” said Detroit Lions broadcast director, Carl Moll. “We look forward to continuing to evolve our television content this season and beyond.”

The new Lions TV Network is made up of seven affiliate stations in the Michigan and Northern Ohio media markets. Lions TV Network programming includes pre-season game shows, “Inside the Den” TV specials and the soon-to-be-launched “Inside the Pride” weekly TV show.

“Inside the Den” presented by Soaring Eagle Casino and Resort can be found at:

Detroit (WJBK-TV)

Grand Rapids-Kalamazoo-Battle Creek (WXMI-TV)

Flint-Saginaw-Bay City (WNEM-TV)

Lansing (WSYM-TV)

Traverse City-Cadillac (WFQX-TV)

Marquette-Escanaba (WJMN-TV)

Toledo, OH (WUPW-TV)

Check local Lions TV Network affiliate listings for broadcast dates and times. “Inside the Den” presented by Soaring Eagle Casino and Resort will also be re-aired on Bally Sports Detroit across Michigan during each of those respective weeks.


Soaring Eagle Casino & Resort in Mt. Pleasant, Michigan is owned and operated by the Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe. The resort offers 516 newly renovated luxurious rooms, a full-service spa and salon, a large indoor pool adorned with half a million Italian glass tiles, and an all-weather outdoor Jacuzzi. The complex hosts many corporate event planners with 70,000 square feet of versatile convention and meeting space. The sprawling casino boasts over 3,000 slot machines, just over 70 table games, a newly designed poker room, and a high-stakes gaming and VIP lounge. Soaring Eagle presents over 45 superstar performances each year in its state-of-the-art indoor entertainment venue and impressive 13,000-seat outdoor amphitheater. Soaring Eagle Casino & Resort currently offers five dining options, such as Siniikaung Steak & Chop house, Legends Diner, ASCEND Sports Bar & Lounge, Central Deli & Slice Pizza, and Little Eagle Café. Soaring Eagle is also well known for its family-friendly environment allowing younger guests to enjoy a visit to the Cyber ​​Quest or Kids Quest arcade, which provides a supervised entertainment experience for children six weeks to 12 years old.

Soaring Eagle properties include its flagship property Soaring Eagle Casino & Resort located in Mount Pleasant, Michigan, alongside Slot Palace & Bingo Hall, as well as the 2008-established property located in Standish, Michigan, Saganing Eagles Landing Casino & Hotel.

Soaring Eagle properties collectively offer over 250,000 square feet of gaming space, including 4,200 slot machines, 60 table games, 10 restaurants and bars, and 664 hotel rooms.

Unique features of Soaring Eagle Casino & Resort include a newly designed and high stakes poker room, VIP lounge, 516 luxurious guest rooms, 70,000 square feet of convention and meeting space, full-service spa and salon, a 3,000 seat entertainment hall and 13,000 audience 2,400 square foot capacity outdoor amphitheater adorned with half a million Italian glass tiles and an all-weather outdoor Jacuzzi. Additionally, Soaring Eagle Casino & Resort is well known for the state-of-the-art Cyber ​​Quest and Kids Quest arcade which provides an entertainment experience in a supervised setting for children six weeks to 12 years old.

Slot Palace is the original Saginaw Chippewa Gaming Enterprise that offered slots and table games. Today, the Slot Palace has over 500 slot machines and a 500-seat bingo hall hosting the highest cash bingo prizes in Michigan.

Saganing Eagles Landing Casino & Hotel opened in 2008 with approximately 800 slot machines and no hotel. The hotel’s addition of 148 rooms, two restaurants, and an expanded gaming floor opened in 2019. The gaming floor now features over 1,100 slot machines. The Saganing Hotel also features an indoor swimming pool, Jacuzzi and fitness area as well as meeting space to host small meetings and private events.

Eagle Casino & Sports Eagle Casino & Sports is one of the few online casinos in Michigan that can offer exclusive perks and rewards to land-based casinos and resorts based on your play and iGaming loyalty. Free nights, meals and other exciting rewards will be offered to loyal Eagle Casino & Sports players.


The Detroit Lions are a professional American football team based in Detroit, Michigan. They are members of the National Football Conference (NFC) North Division of the National Football League (NFL) and play their home games at Ford Field in downtown Detroit. The team moved to Detroit in 1934 and is the fifth oldest franchise in the National Football League. The Detroit Lions most recently made the 2016 NFL playoffs when they finished with a 9-7 record. For more information, please visit


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