MGM Resorts' Boots to Business Graduates Pay Respects to Fellow Veterans

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MGM Resorts' Boots to Business Graduates Pay Respects to Fellow Veterans

Teamwork, leadership skills and the ability to perform under pressure are a few reasons why MGM Resorts believes veterans make great employees.
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Wednesday, November 11, 2015 - 4:15pm

CAMPAIGN: United Through Diversity

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Thirty-nine employees of MGM Resorts International spent a recent morning honoring veterans. The employees – all military veterans themselves -- visited and played bingo with retired service men and women at the Nevada State Veterans Home in Boulder City. Then they paid their respects at the Veterans Memorial Cemetery, where hundreds of veterans have been laid to rest. The outing was part of MGM Resorts’ 10-week “Boots to Business” leadership training course for veteran-employees. Boots to Business has graduated 163 people since the program started.

Teamwork, leadership skills and the ability to perform under pressure are a few reasons why MGM Resorts believes veterans make great employees. On Veterans Day, the 62,000 employees of MGM Resorts International thank our nation's veterans and the service men and women who pledge their lives in defense of our country. To learn more about MGM Resorts' diversity inititiative, please visit MGM Resorts International.

Keywords: Social Impact & Volunteering | Boots to Business | Diversity & Inclusion | Education | MGMCSR | MGM Diversity and Inclusion | MGM Resorts International | Responsible Business & Employee Engagement | Veterans

CAMPAIGN: United Through Diversity

CONTENT: Multimedia with summary

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