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Green Key Global, the largest international certification body evaluating sustainable hotel operations, has awarded four MGM Resorts International properties its prestigious 5 Green Keys rating for the company’s Green Key Meetings Program. The properties receiving the rating include Bellagio Las Vegas, Aria Resort & Casino, Mandalay Bay Resort and MGM Grand Las Vegas. The MGM resorts are the first in the U.S. to receive 5 Green Keys for meetings, among a total of six properties in North America.
“Green Advantage is MGM Resorts International’s platform to ensure that environmentally conscious decisions are at the forefront of our business operations and facilities,” said Cindy Ortega, senior vice president and chief sustainability officer. “We are pleased to have earned the five-key distinction from Green Key Global, validating the significant efforts of our team to build a world-class green meeting program.” www.mgmresorts.com, www.greenkeyglobal.com
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