The Seminole Tribe hosted then-Governor Charlie Crist, state Rep. Bill Galvano and other dignitaries at the historic Council Oak tree on tribal land near Hollywood to celebrate the signing of the first compact in 2010. Pictured here (with their roles then): Mitchell Cypress (Chairman, Seminole Tribe of Florida), Richard Bowers (Vice Chairman, Seminole Tribe/President of Seminole Tribe Inc.), Max Osceola (Hollywood Council Representative for the Seminole Tribe of Florida), James Allen (CEO, Seminole Gaming/Chairman of Hard Rock International), with Crist (center) on May 5, 2010.
The Seminole Tribe hosted then-Governor Charlie Crist, state Rep. Bill Galvano and other dignitaries at the historic Council Oak tree on tribal land near Hollywood to celebrate the signing of the first compact in 2010. Pictured here (with their roles then): Mitchell Cypress (Chairman, Seminole Tribe of Florida), Richard Bowers (Vice Chairman, Seminole Tribe/President of Seminole Tribe Inc.), Max Osceola (Hollywood Council Representative for the Seminole Tribe of Florida), James Allen (CEO, Seminole Gaming/Chairman of Hard Rock International), with Crist (center) on May 5, 2010. Ralph Notaro ho
The Seminole Tribe hosted then-Governor Charlie Crist, state Rep. Bill Galvano and other dignitaries at the historic Council Oak tree on tribal land near Hollywood to celebrate the signing of the first compact in 2010. Pictured here (with their roles then): Mitchell Cypress (Chairman, Seminole Tribe of Florida), Richard Bowers (Vice Chairman, Seminole Tribe/President of Seminole Tribe Inc.), Max Osceola (Hollywood Council Representative for the Seminole Tribe of Florida), James Allen (CEO, Seminole Gaming/Chairman of Hard Rock International), with Crist (center) on May 5, 2010. Ralph Notaro ho

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