MGMs social responsibility efforts recognized by PATA

first_img Jan Jones Blackhurst to leave executive role, join Caesars Board of Directors MGM has been awarded the PATA Gold Award in CSR category and two accolades at the 7th Cross-Strait-Four-Region Outstanding Corporate Social Responsibility Awards organized by the Mirror Post of Hong Kong.The company won the PATA Gold Award in the CSR category with its “Making Great Moment to the Community” program, acknowledging for its on-going commitment to the local community, its employees and shareholders and the environment. Organized by Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA) and supported by the Macao Government Tourism Office since 1995, the PATA Gold Award attracted 200 entries from 87 organizations and individuals worldwide this year. RelatedPosts Analysts see long-term opportunity in undervalued Macau stock prices Load More Melco wins Gold Award at Asia Recruitment Awards 2019 for Best Mass Recruitment On the same day, MGM was also awarded the “Outstanding Corporate Social Responsibility Award” and the “Ambassadors of Corporate Social Responsibility” by the Mirror Post of Hong Kong at the 7th Cross-Strait-Four-Region Outstanding Corporate Social Responsibility Award. It marks the second time the Company has received the Award.“The PATA Gold Award recognized that our efforts and commitment to CSR have been widely endorsed by prominent travel professionals worldwide who believe that we are working towards a more responsible travel and tourism industry in the Asia Pacific region,” said MGM China CEO and Executive Director Grant Bowie.“All these accolades highlight our commitment to the community of Macau, our team members and the environment. While we are actively supporting Macau into a World Center of Tourism and Leisure, we will continue to be inspired by these awards and strive to contribute to Macau’s better tomorrow today.”last_img

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