Ahead of its planned opening in March to four-star and four-diamond standards, the Montreign Resort Casino is set to host a pair of vendor outreach events for those potentially interested in providing the coming $1.2 billion New York development with services and supplies.

According to a report from The Chronicle newspaper, the sessions are scheduled to take place on Wednesday with the first getting underway from 10am at the Seelig Theater on the campus of the State University Of New York Sullivan. The second is then set to follow from 3pm at the Orange County Emergency Services Center some 38 miles away in the town of Goshen.

The Montreign Resort Casino is expected to feature 2,150 slots as well as 102 gaming tables with operator Empire Resorts Incorporated revealing that it is looking for local vendors to supply a wide variety of products and services covering areas such as building maintenance, food, cleaning, flowers, drug testing, recycling, printing and uniforms.

The Sullivan County casino will additionally offer a VIP lounge with an upscale food and beverage selection, eight high-stake tables and 26 high-denomination slots as well as six private gaming salons and an exclusive gaming cage all serviced by butlers. Non-gaming amenities are to moreover run to a Rees Jones 18-hole golf course alongside an indoor water park lodge complete with a hotel while an “entertainment village” is to feature dining, performance and retail outlets.