Beginning Friday and through Wed., Oct. 31, visitors are welcome to celebrate Halloween in costume at Horseshoe Casino Cleveland. Horseshoe team members will also join the holiday fun by wearing costumes in place of their casino uniforms on Wed., Oct. 31.
However, in an effort to maintain security and surveillance measures, casino staff will enforce these costume guidelines:
Costumes and accessories may not obscure the face. Masks of any kind, face paint, head coverings and wide brimmed hats are not permitted.
Facsimile weapons of any kind are prohibited.
Horseshoe Cleveland's Code of Conduct will remain in effect, which requires appropriate clothing and prohibits any item with offensive messages or pictures.
These costume guidelines will be in effect from Fri., October 26 through Wed., October 31.
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