For the fourth consecutive year, Caesars Entertainment Corporation globally participated in the World Wildlife Fund’s Earth Hour by shutting off non-essential exterior lights and marquees at more than 35 resorts and casinos.
Earth Hour is an event in which millions of people turn off their lights for one hour in support of action on climate change and towards creating a cleaner, safer and more secure future.
“Thank you to all of the participating properties. This collective effort reinforces our commitment to sustainability,” said Rick Mazer, regional president for Caesars Entertainment.
The observance is part of Caesars employee-driven sustainability strategy known as CodeGreen.
Participating Caesars properties included: Caesars Palace Las Vegas, Planet Hollywood Resort, Paris Las Vegas, Bally’s Las Vegas, Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino, Flamingo Las Vegas, Harrah’s Las Vegas Casino, Imperial Palace, O’Sheas Casino Las Vegas, Bill’s Gamblin’ Hall, Harrah’s Laughlin Casino, Harrah’s Lake Tahoe Casino, Harveys Lake Tahoe Casino, Harrah’s Reno Casino, Harrah’s Phoenix Ak-Chin Casino, Harrah’s Rincon Casino (San Diego), Harrah’s New Orleans Casino, Harrah’s Tunica, Horseshoe Casino Tunica, Tunica Roadhouse Casino & Hotel, Harrah’s Louisiana Downs, Horseshoe Casino Bossier City, Harrah’s North Kansas City Casino, Grand Biloxi, Harrah’s Council Bluffs Casino, Horseshoe Council Bluffs, Horseshoe Southern Indiana, Harrah’s Joliet Casino, Horseshoe Casino Hammond, Harrah’s Philadelphia, Harrah’s Resort Atlantic City, Caesars Atlantic City, Showboat Casino, Bally’s Atlantic City, Caesars Windsor (Ontario, Canada), Conrad Punta del Este (Uruguay), Caesars Asia (Hong Kong), Caesars Golf Macau.
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