MGM Resorts Frontrunner for Western Massachusetts Casino Venture

MGM Resorts Frontrunner for Western Massachusetts Casino Venture

It is a kind of Miss America pageant for Massachusetts gambling enterprises, and it’s really now down to the round that is finalist MGM Resorts International is waiting tearfully having its Springfield, Massachusetts sash on, hoping her name is called to represent the western area of the state as the only casino task.

The announcement came recently that MGM beat out runner-up Penn National Gaming making use of their proposal to Springfied Mayor Domenic Sarno, having a project plan to build an $800 million hotel-casino on a 10-acre website that stays a mess from 2011 tornado damage.

‘Today is a day that is great both MGM Resorts plus the city of Springfield,’ MGM Resorts President Bill Hornbuckle said in a statement (while adjusting his digital tiara.). ‘ We have worked really hard to prove our project worthy of this opportunity. It’s been an extraordinary journey thus far, so we look ahead towards the next stage.’

Finalists Proceed to Next Round

There can only just be one champion in this beauty pageant, and before MGM can even proceed to the round that is final it will need approval through the Springfield City Council and the city’s voting public. As soon as it passes that hurdle, it can then go to outsmile, out-dazzle, and outdo both a potential west springfield rough Rock Global project, and a Palmer Mohegan Sun casino-hotel. Oh, the nail-biting!

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Chipotle? Pizza? Study More Applications?

Day 8:30 AM: I get to my office (lets be honest, cubicle) to start my work. We open my outlook, read new emails, and respond to nearly all of them (some will need some attention that is extra into the day.) I’m very close to finishing my one sit down elsewhere for the day.

8:45-9:00 AM: I open three windows: 1) the internet, 2) our own USC database that is internal and 3) my grade point average (GPA) calculator. We utilze the internet to see the Application that is common database to help keep records of everything, and simply since it sounds, the GPA calculator to determine GPAs. I’m always very happy when I see a complete scholastic history. USC asks candidates to list their classes and grades by topic (English, mathematics, language, social sciences etc…) so so it’s easy to understand the classes a student took in ninth through eleventh grade. I’m also able to see the grades in a clear and way that is organized. We begin reading applications.

9:01 AM: Someone just started talking about fantasy football. This immediately catches my attention (I was eliminated in the first round of playoffs after spending the entire season as number one in my league of sixteen players…just sayin…) I struggle to stay focused but my will power is still strong this early in the morning as a first time player.

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The Alumni Network: a grouped family Affair. At USC, our alumni network is indeed strong

The Alumni Network: a grouped family Affair. At USC, our alumni network is indeed strong so tight-knit… so unique… that we have even a special name for it: The Trojan Family.

You’ve truly heard concerning the Trojan Family, or at least some reference to it. Yet it’s hard to truly understand the real ways that the Trojan Family exhibits itself without really experiencing it first-hand. Here, we shall do my best to give you a sense of what it is all about.

For starters, we’re BIG, with over 300,000 living alumni global. Wherever you determine to settle, there would have been a band of Trojans there to guide both your professional and pursuits that are personal. There are over 100 alumni organizations in major metropolitan areas all over the world that host networking events, local faculty presentations, and USC game-watching parties, simply to name a couple of. To learn more about our alumni groups, please visit our alumni website.

There are numerous benefits to being truly a USC alumnus. Personal advantages include discounts on food, travel, insurance coverage, financial services, etc. Yet, in the present difficult economic times, it is perhaps the professional benefits of being an associate of the Trojan Family that are most
The USC Alumni Association, in partnership with the USC Career Center, provides alumni with multiple resources including:

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