MGM Resorts International Statement On Temporary Closure Of Empire City Casino | 14.03.20 | finanzen.at
Saturday 14th March 2020
LAS VEGAS, March 14, 2020 /PRNewswire/ --Â MGM Resorts International today announced that it will temporarily close Empire City Casino in New York. The resort will suspend operations and temporarily close, effective 6 a.m. EST today. MGM Resorts anticipates re-opening Empire City Casino by March 28but will continue to re-evaluate the status.Â
"This is a challenging time and we regret the impact closure will have on our employees, their families and the community," said MGM Chief Operating Officer and President Bill Hornbuckle. "This is a unique and unprecedented public health crisis, and the wellbeing of everyone in the community is our most pressing concern."
MGM Resorts will continue monitoring the rapidly changing situation and make future announcements as appropriate.Â Â
ABOUT MGM RESORTS INTERNATIONAL
MGM Resorts International (NYSE: MGM) is an S&P 500Â® global entertainment company with national and international locations featuring best-in-class hotels and casinos, state-of-the-art meetings and conference spaces, incredible live and theatrical entertainment experiences, and an extensive array of restaurant, nightlife and retail offerings. MGM Resorts creates immersive, iconic experiences through its suite of Las Vegas-inspired brands. The MGM Resorts portfolio encompasses 29 unique hotel and destination gaming offerings including some of the most recognizable resort brands in the industry. Expanding throughout the U.S. and around the world, the company recently acquired the operations of Empire City Casino in New York and Hard Rock Rocksino in Ohio, which was rebranded as MGM Northfield Park. In 2018, MGM Resorts opened MGM Springfield in Massachusetts, MGM COTAI in Macau, and the first Bellagio-branded hotel in Shanghai. The over 80,000 global employees of MGM Resorts are proud of their company for being recognized as one of FORTUNEÂ® Magazine's World's Most Admired CompaniesÂ®. For more information visit us at www.mgmresorts.com.
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