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Sands Cotai Legends spring into awards

Sands Resorts Macao paid tribute to the folks who work hard to bring groups to its properties in Cotai Central.

More than 210 guests enjoyed a spring-themed gala evening at the Conrad Macao where Just Jerk, the Korean hip-hop dance troupe who reached the quarter-finals of America’s Got Talent, performed.

Among those who received awards for bringing groups to Cotai Central venues such as the Venetian, Parisian, Conrad and Holiday Inn was Melchers Travel (Trade Parnet of the Year – MICE) and  China Travel Service Gongbei Port, Guangdong for Trade Partner of the Year (China).

Speaking at the event, Ruth Boston, senior vice president, marketing and brand management for Sands China, said the highpoints of 2017 included celebrations for Sands Cotai Central’s 5th Anniversary and the Venetian Macao’s 10th anniversary, the renovation of all 3,000 suites at the Venetian, the launch of the first Sands Macao Fashion Week, which is set to return in 2018, and the announcement about the transformation of Sands Cotai Central into The Londoner Macao, which will feature replicas of London landmarks.

Submitted on 15 Feb 2018
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