At left, Red Rock Resort team members (from left to right: Rochelle Gill, Donald Gordon, Kathy Anthis, Rae Simeone and
Charles Kopf) work the Station Casinos’ Memorial Day slot tournament as part of its new Military Mondays initiative. Station Casinos donated $1 from every participant up to $10,000 toward the creation of Fisher House. That goal was met and the company presented a check to Scott Bensing, president of the Nevada Military Support Alliance, which is spearheading the project. The group has pledged to raise $3 million toward the construction of the Las Vegas facility that would provide a free home away from home for military members and veterans, and their families, requiring longer-term medical care and rehabilitation services. Nevada is the only state with a major military facility without a Fisher House. For more information, visit www.nvmilitarysupport.org.
Below, left, guests at Red Rock Resort participate in Station Casinos’ Memorial Day slot tournament.
Below right, Station Casinos donated $10,000 to Nevada Military Support Alliance in early June. Pictured from left is Red Rock Resort team member and veteran Carla Traber, Nevada Military Support Alliance President Scott Bensing, Red Rock Resort General Manager Mark Tricano and Station Casinos Chief Marketing Officer Staci Alonso.