If you have made plans with a casino involved in a labor dispute, or which may become involved in one, you should take steps to protect yourself.
CONTACT THE CASINO
Contact the casino or the sales representative and urge them to resolve the potential or actual labor dispute.
Station Casinos sales representative contact:
- Red Rock Resort--Veronica Kitsner (Vice President of Sales) at
- Green Valley Ranch- Rodney Morrow (Director of Sales) at
- Palace Station—Connie Gildersleeve (National Sales Manager) at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Boulder Station—Shar Costello (Sales Manager) at
- Texas Station—Patric Wilson (National Sales Manager) at
- Sunset Station—Lauren Davis (Assistant Director of Sales) at
- Santa Fe Station—Deena Harper (Sales Manager) at
- Fiesta Henderson—Ninfa Vega (Director of Marketing) at
- Fiesta Rancho—David Demotmollin (Director of Marketing) at
ADD PROTECTIVE LANGUAGE TO YOUR CONTRACT
Insist on adding “excused non-performance” language into your cancellation clause that specifically protects your event from the effects of a strike, lockout and boycott. Check out our sample language to help you protect your event.
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