AEG employee volunteers prepared and served more than 1,200 meals to U.S. Veterans throughout Los Angeles and families from neighborhoods adjacent to L.A. LIVE; Event coincided with company’s annual Season of Giving Initiative
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In celebration of Thanksgiving, AEG hosted more than 1,200 local residents - including 300 U.S. military veterans and their families, along with 900 members of the Pico Union community in downtown Los Angeles – for a free Thanksgiving dinner at The Novo at L.A. LIVE earlier today.
By Vartan Yeranos, veteran and Clorox Creative Services project manager
With all of our deployments over the years, it seems like everyone knows someone who is in the military. One of my great friends in the National Guard did a tour in Afghanistan and another has a brother in Special Forces that was deployed three times. This connectedness has not only raised greater awareness of veterans' service to their country, but also puts a deserved spotlight on the skills veterans bring to the corporate world.
Special ceremony honors program’s graduates, celebrates partnership’s success
(3BL Media) Las Vegas, NV - September 11, 2012 - Nine U.S. military veterans have completed “Boots to Business”, an inaugural program designed to help veterans in Las Vegas transition from military service into management positions at properties owned and operated by MGM Resorts International (NYSE: MGM). The program was sponsored by MGM Resorts, in partnership with the American Red Cross.