Official Unveiling of the UWSN | Boyd Gaming Community Meeting Room
LAS VEGAS, May 5, 2016 – United Way of Southern Nevada (UWSN) today unveiled the UWSN | Boyd Gaming Community Meeting Room, in recognition of a $750,000 donation by Boyd Gaming Corporation to help improve lives across Southern Nevada.
“Since our Company’s founding, United Way and Boyd Gaming have proudly worked together to help the Southern Nevada community grow and thrive,” said William S. Boyd, Boyd Gaming Executive Chairman. “Over the decades, Boyd Gaming and our team members have contributed millions of dollars to this tremendous organization. Boyd Gaming is proud to begin the next chapter of our support with our $750,000 contribution, supporting United Way as it works to improve the lives of families and children throughout Southern Nevada.”
“We are deeply grateful for Boyd Gaming’s support throughout our history,” said Bob Morgan, UWSN President and CEO. “Since Sam Boyd helped found United Way of Southern Nevada in 1957, the Boyd family and Boyd Gaming Corporation have been among our most dedicated supporters.”
Appearing at the unveiling of the UWSN | Boyd Gaming Community Meeting Room were William S. Boyd, Boyd Gaming Executive Chairman; Marianne Johnson, Boyd Gaming Vice Chairman, Executive Vice President and Chief Diversity Officer; Keith Smith, Boyd Gaming President and CEO; Steve Ross, City of Las Vegas Mayor Pro Tem; and Greg Korte, UWSN Board Chair and Bob Morgan, UWSN President and CEO.
For more information, please contact Laurie Mann, UWSN Senior Marketing Director at (702) 563-7813 or LaurieM@uwsn.org or David Strow, Boyd Gaming Corporation Vice President, Corporate Communications at (702) 792-7386 or email@example.com.
About United Way of Southern Nevada:
United Way of Southern Nevada improves lives and builds a stronger community by uniting individuals, organizations and resources with the passion, determination and expertise needed to solve problems. United Way helps children and families succeed through a quality educational foundation, financial education and healthy lives. For more information on how to get involved, please visit www.uwsn.org.