Hotels in Rapid City donate space for the Lakota Nation Invitational

Visit Rapid City CEO Brook Kaufman said that the generosity of the lodging businesses shows how...
Visit Rapid City CEO Brook Kaufman said that the generosity of the lodging businesses shows how pivotal the LNI is to the Rapid City community.(Nick Nelson)
Published: Nov. 28, 2022 at 7:39 PM MST
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RAPID CITY, S.D. (KEVN) - The final month of 2022 arrives this week, and with the month of December, comes the Lakota Nation Invitational.

Visit Rapid City announced their lodging partners are donating 52 rooms, and 260 room nights for the LNI.

That’s more than $35,000 in lodging expenses.

Visit Rapid City CEO Brook Kaufman said that the generosity of the lodging businesses shows how pivotal the LNI is to the Rapid City community.

”December, historically, isn’t always the easiest month to bring people to Rapid City because of seasonality,” Kaufman said. “So, LNI does a really nice job of filling in that gap. It mans a lot of positive things for the community, and we’re super lucky to have them here.”

The LNI kicks off December 13th.