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Travel & Hospitality Club Vegas Trek -- April 9-11, 2010
Have you ever been in a casino surveillance room or a high roller private gaming room? A central liquor dispensing room or the bottle service area of a nightclub after hours?
The World-Famous Vegas Trek
Each year, a group of lucky GSB students descends on Las Vegas to go behind the scenes of some of the biggest hotels, casinos, restaurants, clubs, and shows, and meet with key executives to understand how the industry works.
"The best trip I have taken at the GSB so far. It would be a massive mistake not to go on this trip."
"What an amazing weekend! Itís like an all access pass behind the scenes at Vegas..."
"Meeting the ballers of Vegas during the day (Bellagio, Harrah's, Venetian, UFC) and partying all night."
The trek will take place the weekend of April 9-11, 2010 (just in time for pool season). The trip is open to both 1st and 2nd year members of the GSB Travel & Hospitality Club and is ALWAYS oversubscribed. Stay tuned for more details on the trek and the THC kick-off event on Wednesday 11/4 at 7pm.
What happens in Vegas...
...ends up on the T-drive
2009 Vegas Trek Itinerary
To give you an idea what you're in for, here's what we did last year. (Please note schedule is subject to change this year, although the major events typically remain the same from year to year.)
- Rob Goldstein, President & COO, Las Vegas Sands
- Lorenzo Fertita, Co-owner, UFC, and former President, Station Casinos
- David Norton, CMO, Harrah's
Tours and business meetings:
- Venetian Surveillance Room and Liquor Room
- Paiza high-roller club, The Palazzo
- Chairman's Suites, The Palazzo
- MGM City Center
- Bellagio back-of-house (including playing with the fountains)
- Backstage at Cirque du Soleil
- Alumni Happy Hour at Revolution Lounge, The Mirage
- VIP admission to Tao
How to Sign Up
Stay tuned for more information shortly. If you are strongly interested in going on Vegas Trek, make sure you pay your $30 dues ASAP and attend our kickoff meeting on Wed, 11/4, 7-9pm at Casablanca (190 El Camino, Atherton).
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