MGM to celebrate Military and Veterans Program’s anniversary


Las Vegas headquartered MGM Resorts International is gearing up to celebrate the second anniversary of its M life Rewards’ Military and Veterans Program.

Unveiling its ‘All In For Service’ poker tournament, set to be hosted on 13-14 July, with registration opening a day earlier, it’s designed to celebrate MVP’s anniversary with a tournament to benefit military non-profits.

Inviting all individuals to participate, MGM states that $100 of each $570 entry is to be donated to local non-profit military organisations, including US Vets, Fisher House, USO, the American Legion and VFW.

Conceptualised and developed by MGM Resorts’ Veterans Employee Network Group, MVP provides special recognition, offers, discounts and benefits at MGM Resorts destinations throughout the US

John Flynn, vice president, office of the chairman and CEO at MGM Resorts International, said of MVP and the thought behind the introduction of the poker event: “This tournament is another opportunity for us to say ‘thank you,’ bring people together for some fun and support several groups doing incredible work.

“As a member of the armed forces, I am proud to see the ways we are enhancing this program with special events like this, resulting in meaningful moments for all service members, veterans, spouses, our guests and our employees.”

The MGM Resorts Military and Veterans Program is available to all US active duty, guard, reserve, retired military, veterans and spouses of eligible military personnel. With a military ID, they can sign up for the program on-site at MGM Resorts destinations: Bellagio, ARIA, Vdara, MGM Grand, The Signature at MGM Grand, Mandalay Bay, Delano Las Vegas, Park MGM, The Mirage, New York-New York, Luxor, and Excalibur in Las Vegas; Beau Rivage and Gold Strike in Mississippi; MGM Grand Detroit, MGM National Harbor in Maryland, MGM Springfield in Massachusetts, Borgata in Atlantic City and MGM Northfield Park in Ohio.