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Las Vegas Strip will see its first smoke-free casino when Park MGM reopens at the end of September

September 13, 2020. Summarized by summa-bot.

MGM Resorts says that when Park MGM and NoMad Las Vegas reopen at the end of the month, the hotels will comprise the first fully smoke-free resort -- including its casino -- on the Las Vegas Strip.

MGM Resorts announced Monday that when Park MGM and NoMad Las Vegas reopen at the end of the month, the hotels will comprise the first fully smoke-free resort -- including its casino -- on the Las Vegas Strip.

Locals have whispered for months about Park MGM becoming the Strip's first entirely smoke-free casino -- a move that jives with the resort's brand of embracing nature.

Since the early days of Las Vegas, casino resorts have been synonymous with smoking -- especially on the gaming floor.

Stutz said that while casino companies have tried smoke-free gaming on the Las Vegas Strip, they have experimented with it only on a smaller scale.

Bill Hornbuckle, MGM Resorts CEO and president, said he remained optimistic and that launching the Strip's first fully smoke-free casino resort is a big milestone on the road to recovery.

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