Some companies have a history that stays firmly in the past. We’re fortunate to have a legacy that permeates our present like a classic song, not with nostalgia, but as the reminder of a timeless foundation and simple beginnings.
When you consider we have over 192 locations, which include restaurants, hotels, casinos, and live music venues, in 60 countries, it’s hard to believe that it all started so innocently: the search for a good burger.
Read on to discover when we invaded Old Park Lane, who was the first to put their guitar on our walls, how we came by our famous t-shirts, and to get an idea of where we’re heading in the future…
Time and time again, the Seminole Tribe of Florida have proven their ability to strengthen their position in an evolving world. A sovereign government with an elected Tribal Council, the Seminole Tribe has achieved remarkable success since it became the first U.S. Indian Tribe to open high stakes bingo halls in 1979. In 2004, the Seminole Tribe opened two Seminole Hard Rock Hotels and Casinos in Florida. With the March 2007 acquisition of the Hard Rock brand, the Seminole Tribe of Florida added the prestige of one of the worlds most respected brands.
It’s the perfect marriage of two kindred spirits. Like the Seminoles, Hard Rock’s philosophy has always been based on strong values, including the importance of being authentic and independent and a shared service for preserving our wildlife and protecting the planet. Building on its rich heritage of courageous and groundbreaking achievements, the Seminole Tribe of Florida is now poised to expand its horizon even further, to all corners of the globe.