Gaming at the Rail aims to help local groups
By Suzanne Werre
The Rusted Rail in Underwood is teaming up with the Garrison Area Improvement Association to bring gaming to the restaurant/lounge in an effort to not only bring in more business to the establishment, but also to distribute some funds to area nonprofit organizations.
The "Rail" has had pull tabs for a few months already, but two weeks ago brought in blackjack, which has already proven to be pretty popular with some of the locals.
"We’ve got some repeat customers," noted Rusted Rail co-owner Brandon Sem.
There’s a $10 bid limit at the table, but Sem and co-owner Landen Lauf are hoping eventually they’ll be able to up the limit to $25.
"We need to get some stability at the $10 bet first," said Tanya Stebbins, who runs the gaming for GAIA.