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06
May

Las Vegas casinos are ‘preparing properly,’ there no definitive dates to reopen

YAHOO FINANCE The Las Vegas strip may not return to normal following the coronavirus outbreak, as casinos have to follow certain protocols to assure the safety of customers. Andre Carrier, COO of Eureka Casinos, joins Yahoo Finance to discuss.
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05
May

Competition seeks to fuel hospitality industry innovation amid pandemic

ST GEORGE UTAH A competition is looking for entrepreneurs in the hospitality industry who can rapidly innovate to safeguard guests’ and employees’ well-being in the post-pandemic era.,,
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04
May

UNLV has been a key partner in community’s fight against virus

LAS VEGAS SUN It’s unnaturally quiet these days on the UNLV campus, which normally would be swirling with students preparing for final exams coming. But don’t think UNLV has gone dormant. Despite the calm on campus, the university has been busy helping the community that supports it.
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04
May

Las Vegas company invents ‘self-cleaning’ slot machine divider

FOX5VEGAS A Las Vegas-based start-up invented a slot machine divider that they said cleans itself. "We asked ourselves what in nature naturally combats germs? And how can we harness that power and apply it to a casino environment?" said Darryl Rosenblatt. Rosenblatt and a team of gaming engineers at Smith Rosen created SafePlay UV, an...
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03
May

Las Vegas entrepreneur competition seeks next post-covid innovation

CDC GAMING REPORTS As states begin reopening after shutting down amid the COVID-19 pandemic, certain industries, such as hospitality, entertainment and travel, may not bounce immediately back until both guests and employees feel safe being close to one another again.
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02
May

Eyes on the Prize

GGBNEWS UNLV’s Lee School of Business is looking to foster innovative products to help casinos reopen safely, and is putting up $1 million for grants to enable quick development of those products. The funds are provided by the Ted and Doris Lee Family Foundation, whose owners endowed the business school, according to COO Andre Carrier
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01
May

UNLV business school launches competition to help hospitality industry amid pandemic

KITV UNLV's Lee Business School has announced the creation of the Lee School Prize for Innovation and Entrepreneurship, as the school looks to compel entrepreneurs to develop innovations to help address the problems facing the hospitality, entertainment or travel industries due to COVID-19...
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01
May

$1 million prize for innovations to confront coronavirus in Las Vegas

LAS VEGAS SUN The Lee Business School at UNLV and the Ted and Doris Lee Family Foundation are looking for submissions for the Lee School Prize, an incentive program for entrepreneurs and innovators to come up with ideas to help bring Las Vegas out of the public health crisis...
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01
May

Eureka’s Lee Family donates $1M Innovation Prize

MESQUITE CITIZEN JOURNAL Trustees, Greg and Ernest Lee, of the Ted and Doris Lee Family Foundation announced today the creation of the Lee School Prize for Innovation and Entrepreneurship, a joint collaboration with the Lee Business School at UNLV...
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01
May

Re-Imagining Casinos: What Gambling May Look Like During the Age of Social Distancing?

CHEDDAR.COM Las Vegas is front and center of the re-opening debate, after its mayor said that its citizens were willing to be 'guinea pigs' and reopen its doors without guidance on social distancing measures. Andre Carrier, COO of Eureka Casinos, joined Cheddar to discuss what casinos may look like when they reopen.
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