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“1,200 workers cut at Tropicana, MGM Grand Garden Arena, Park Theater - Reno Gazette Journal” plus 2 more

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“1,200 workers cut at Tropicana, MGM Grand Garden Arena, Park Theater - Reno Gazette Journal” plus 2 more1,200 workers cut at Tropicana, MGM Grand Garden Arena, Park Theater - Reno Gazette JournalNew kid on the block - GamingTodaySlotsTodayGoing Out - Lifestyle: Lifestyle | Las Vegas History Circa MGM Grand - GamingTodaySlotsToday1,200 workers cut at Tropicana, MGM Grand Garden Arena, Park Theater - Reno Gazette JournalPosted: 26 Oct 2020 06:54 PM PDTCLOSE The Las Vegas Strip is slowly awakening after a nearly 80-day slumber due to the coronavirus crisis. USA TODAY LAS VEGAS –  Mass layoffs are continuing on The Strip as COVID-19 travel fallout keeps tourists and their money away from this gambling and entertainment destination.More than 1,110 workers at Tropicana and two live entertainment venues at Park MGM and MGM Grand are losing their jobs, according to notices sent to Nevada employment officials. While Park Theater and MGM Grand Garden Arena are tied to MGM Resorts properties, the…

MGM Resorts to Reopen Four More Las Vegas Hotels - TravelPulse

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MGM Resorts to Reopen Four More Las Vegas Hotels - TravelPulseMGM Resorts to Reopen Four More Las Vegas Hotels - TravelPulseMGM Reveals Opening Dates for Excalibur, ARIA Resorts and Casinos - TravelPulseMGM Resorts Addresses Effects of COVID-19 and Near-Term Plans - TravelPulseMGM Resorts to Reopen Four More Las Vegas Hotels - TravelPulsePosted: 10 Jun 2020 12:00 AM PDT More proof that Las Vegas is coming back to life.On the heels of reopening its first three Las Vegas properties last week, MGM Resorts International announced it will reopen four more properties in the next three weeks as it readies for the heavy summer season.ADVERTISINGMORE Hotel & Resort MGM will reopen the Luxor Hotel and Casino (as well as retail stores at The Shoppes at Mandalay Bay Place) on June 25, followed by Aria, Mandalay Bay and the Four Seasons Las Vegas on July 1. Those four hotels join Bellagio, MGM Grand and New York-New York, which opened last week. The Excalibur is set to open Thursday, June 11.&qu…

1,200 workers cut at Tropicana, MGM Grand Garden Arena, Park Theater - Reno Gazette Journal

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1,200 workers cut at Tropicana, MGM Grand Garden Arena, Park Theater - Reno Gazette Journal1,200 workers cut at Tropicana, MGM Grand Garden Arena, Park Theater - Reno Gazette JournalPosted: 26 Oct 2020 06:54 PM PDTCLOSE The Las Vegas Strip is slowly awakening after a nearly 80-day slumber due to the coronavirus crisis. USA TODAY LAS VEGAS –  Mass layoffs are continuing on The Strip as COVID-19 travel fallout keeps tourists and their money away from this gambling and entertainment destination.More than 1,110 workers at Tropicana and two live entertainment venues at Park MGM and MGM Grand are losing their jobs, according to notices sent to Nevada employment officials. While Park Theater and MGM Grand Garden Arena are tied to MGM Resorts properties, the layoffs impact employees of Aramark – a third-party vendor that operates at those locations.Here are the cuts at each location:Tropicana: 828Park Theater: 180MGM Grand Garden Arena: 164"Significant drags on our business will likely con…

Going Out - Lifestyle: Lifestyle | Las Vegas History Circa MGM Grand - GamingTodaySlotsToday

Those of us greybeards who have watched the development and modernization of Las Vegas over the last half century always marvel at the “next big thing.” Although I was a few years away from settling here, I remember the national fuss when the original MGM Grand opened in 1973.A Who’s Who of Hollywood arrived for the gala. Cary Grant, Barbra Streisand, Jimmy Stewart and Audrey Hepburn were just part of the contingent of A-list stars on hand.When The Mirage opened on Thanksgiving weekend of 1989, the international media made an even bigger fuss. The resort with the exploding volcano and white tigers and swimming dolphins made the cover of TIME magazine and a dozen other national publications. The world applauded again when Bellagio with its glass floral sculptures and dancing waters cut the ribbon in 1998. With each spectacular new resort, Las Vegas got classier in the eyes of the world. By then the mob-linked thugs in the pin-striped suits were ancient history.The growth of the company…

Around the world in... 962 Unesco sites: Luxury experience company offers ultimate trip (so long as you have T - Daily Mail

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Around the world in... 962 Unesco sites: Luxury experience company offers ultimate trip (so long as you have T - Daily MailAround the world in... 962 Unesco sites: Luxury experience company offers ultimate trip (so long as you have T - Daily MailPosted: 19 Mar 2013 12:00 AM PDTThe world's most expensive holiday: Luxury trip visits 962 sites, takes two years... and costs a cool £1MILLIONGlobe-trotting adventure offered to one couple by VeryFirstTo.comDestinations include Taj Mahal, Egypt's pyramids and Peru's Machu PicchuPlaces must be safe to visit and reachable by business class flights
Donation of £5,000 will be made to Unesco during trip
By Martha De LaceyPublished:05:46 EDT, 19 March 2013 | Updated:14:03 EDT, 19 March 2013160View
comments We've all done it: dreamed of pushing our chair away from the desk, grabbing a bag and buying a round-the-world plane ticket.But life, commitments, dusty bank accounts and the idea of all that dratted planning always seem to get in th…