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Bloomberg article about Cosmo

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by Joe, May 7, 2014.

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  1. Joe

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    Good article thanks for posting. Will be interesting what next 5 years holds for cosmo
     
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    Definitely will be interesting. Personally I hope it is good and does not result in too many changes. I'm sure it could be approved on as most things can, but I really enjoy the place. My favorite spot next to the Wynncore.
     
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    Outside of my first few days staying on a tournament offer at Bally's, the rest of my June stay including the Cosmo, South Point and The California are all non union.

    Culinary Union Link: Union on top of page, non union listed at the bottom.
     
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    So that's the reason they are hot to sell NOW. It was always for sale but the urgency did change.
     
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    Interesting article. I got a kick out of this paragraph:

    “Our experience in Las Vegas over the years has been when you have a financial institution that has to run a casino for a little while, they just don’t understand the way labor relations work in the city,” said Marty Leary, a research director at Unite Here, the parent union of the culinary workers’ affiliate in Las Vegas. “We often find that we have to educate them.”

    Sounds like something straight out of the old Mob days in Vegas!
     
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