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Sep 12, 2014

Welcome to Caesars Citizenship

by Margaret George

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Today we are excited to unveil the new Caesars Citizenship Blog, where we will share stories and insights that reflect our commitment to being a responsible gaming entertainment company and to being a great place to work and play. At Caesars Entertainment, corporate citizenship is at the heart of everything we do in our mission to “inspire grown-ups to play.” It’s what guides the creation of better experiences for our employees and guests, and helps us to build resilience for our local communities and the natural environment.

In addition to our award-winning environmental sustainability strategy, CodeGreen, our efforts around city revitalization, employee wellbeing and development, responsible gaming programs, philanthropy and volunteerism, and even providing the best entertainment in the world for our loyal guests—all capture what corporate citizenship means at Caesars. Watch this space for a glimpse into what inspires and drives us as a company every day, and how we are working to make a real positive impact wherever we operate.

Here are some recent examples of corporate citizenship at work:

  • In line with our efforts to advance low carbon economies and to make it easy for guests to continue their sustainable habits during their stay with us, we launched a network of electric vehicle charging stations at resorts in Nevada and California, with plans to expand in the near future.
  • A few weeks ago, we announced the winners of our company-wide contest to send 3 employees to the Dominican Republic to help our partner Clean The World distribute hygiene products recycled from our resorts to people in need.
  • Our newest casino-resort, Horseshoe Baltimore opened its doors on August 26th with a crowd-drawing ceremony joined by Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, who declared, “Horseshoe brings the promise of a better Baltimore.” With our move into urban areas, we aim to inject economic and social value into our new communities and become a valuable business partner to the cities.