Having recently spent ten days (March Madness first four days +) visiting South Point while staying across the street at the Grandview, I can't stop wondering how a place like that is managed. It's a small city. Hotel, big casino, five bars, eleven restaurants, two bowling alleys (60 and 72 lanes), 16 screen cineplex, two horse pavilions with over 1000 stalls, huge bingo room, several massive ballrooms, meeting rooms, gift shop/liquor store. How is a place like that organized at the departmental level? Is it "Hotel, Casino, Horses, Movies", etc.. Or is it "Food, facilities, staff", etc.? What's the hierarchy (org chart) look like? I was impressed with how well the place seems to be run. Haven't spent as much time at Sam's Town or Red Rock, and have never visited Green Valley Ranch, but the complexity appears to be comparable. Much more difficult than a place like the Downtown Grand, where we often stay. I know this is a question that board participants may find peculiar, but for some reason I can't shake it, so I thought I'd throw it out there. Anyone with any insight? Thanks.