Caesars Entertainment's three Atlantic City properties received "green keys" from Green Key Global for leadership and commitment to corporate social responsibility and sustainability initiatives

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By: Lexi Pettigrew | Oct 31, 2019

Bally's Atlantic City received a five-key rating, while Harrah's Resort Atlantic City and Caesars Atlantic City received four. Developed in collaboration with Meeting Professionals International, the Green Key Meetings Program is designed to assess lodging and event facilities that host meetings of any size.

Overall, the three Atlantic City properties exemplified high standards of environmental and social responsibility in relation to their meetings and convention facilities and practices. This includes documented energy reduction plans, further strengthened by Caesars Entertainment's specific objectives and numeric targets.

Including Harrah's Atlantic City Waterfront Conference Center – the largest hotel-conference center from Baltimore to Boston – Caesars Entertainment offers over 208,000 square feet of flexible meeting space in Atlantic City. Green Key Global highlighted the meeting space for its tactics used by facility operations to reduce waste during meetings, such as: exclusively electronic communications with meeting planners, donating used goods to the community and displaying a preference for reusable versus disposable table settings.

"Our team members, as well as our customers, have embraced a comprehensive corporate sustainability program," said Steve Van Der Molen, Caesars Entertainment Vice President Meeting Operations, Atlantic City Region. "They are excited about supporting and challenging the status quo and it will help us build a better environment and community in which we live and work.”

 

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Lexi Pettigrew
MPI UK & Ireland, VP of Communications

 

 
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