Bally's Las Vegas Now Open
Las Vegas, Nevada - 26 July 2020 - In accordance with directives from Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak and the Nevada Gaming Control Board, Caesars Entertainment has resumed gaming and hospitality operations at Bally's Las Vegas. This follows the successful reopening of Caesars Palace Las Vegas, Flamingo Las Vegas, Harrah's Las Vegas and Paris Las Vegas. As previously announced, the Company has also reopened the gaming floor and other amenities at The LINQ Hotel + Experience, as well as The LINQ Promenade, High Roller Observation Wheel, FLY LINQ and Eiffel Tower Viewing Deck.
"This has been a historic week with the successful closing of the merger between Eldorado Resorts and Caesars Entertainment to create the largest casino and entertainment company in the U.S.," said Gary Selesner, regional president of Caesars Entertainment. "To celebrate this exciting next chapter, we are incredibly happy to welcome our guests back to Bally's Las Vegas, right at the heart of The Strip. While we remain committed to emphasizing our enhanced health and safety protocols, we look forward to guests enjoying the level of service that they have always known from the dedicated and talented team members of Bally's."
The momentous reopening of Bally's Las Vegas was celebrated in style with showgirls adorned in original costumes from Jubilee!, music and Bally's entertainers from Extravaganza – The Vegas Spectacular, all welcoming guests back to the center of the action.
Anthony Carano, president and chief operating officer of the newly combined organization led the excited guests in a countdown to the official reopening of the doors that commenced with a spectacle of confetti cannons and cheers. Carano was joined on the blue carpet by Regional President of Caesars Entertainment Gary Selesner and Senior Vice President and Bally's General Manager Sherri Sosa.
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