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Community Relations


Supporting Local Communities

All our properties in the U.S. are rooted in local communities and play an active role in local community life. We intend to be a part of local communities for the long term and know that our fate is intertwined with our local environment. Every time we open a new property, we look for opportunities to use our passion, skills and resources to help make life in that community better.

The positive economic contribution we make through the taxes we pay, the jobs we create and the suppliers we engage has a ripple effect in local communities. As we grow, this economic contribution gets more significant, touching the lives of many people in many communities. Our contribution to helping communities become more vibrant and resilient is enhanced by the work we do at the Caesars Foundation. Caesars Foundation benefits underserved populations, and helps older individuals live longer, healthier, more fulfilling lives. We provide support for environmental sustainability initiatives in towns and cities, and invest in initiatives to improve the quality of life in many ways. At Caesars, we maintain our commitment to our communities year after year, even in years that are financially challenging for our business.

Supporting communities also means taking a stand. As a business with a social conscience, we choose to use our knowledge and resources to campaign for protection of human rights and advancement of social justice. Issues such as equal rights for all Americans and immigration reform affect the communities we serve. By taking a stand, we show our solidarity with local communities and contribute to a more just society for all.

Associations/ Board Memberships

Caesars Entertainment is highly engaged in the communities it serves through work with various global, national and local organizations where its executives participate in a variety of leadership capacities and membership levels. Associations where Caesars Entertainment employees have representation and affiliation include:

  • American Gaming Association
  • Coach, Inc.
  • Conexant Systems, Inc.
  • Economic Club of New York
  • FedEx Corporation
  • Global Sustainable Tourism Council
  • Health and Retirement Policy for Business Roundtable
  • Las Vegas Visitors & Convention Authority
  • Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund (MALDEF)
  • Meetings Professionals International
  • MIT Economic Dept., MIT Sloan School of Management
  • National Advisory Committee for the President’s Export Council
  • Nevada Advocates for Planned Parenthood
  • National Center for Responsible Gaming
  • National Park Trust
  • Nevada Public Radio (KNPR)
  • UNLV Gaming Research & Review Journal
  • SAGE Commission
  • Sustainable Brands
  • U.S. Chamber of Commerce
  • U.S. Travel Association