Sands submits Macau tender application

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Las Vegas Sands and Sands China have announced the submission of the Sands China group’s application for a new 10-year gaming concession in Macau.

The tender submission highlights both the unprecedented level of investment Sands China has made in Macau, specifically in non-gaming tourism amenities and attractions, as well as detailing the organisation’s plans for continuing to help broaden Macau’s appeal as an international tourist destination.

“No one has been a bigger believer in Macau’s long-term success as a leisure and business tourist destination than we have,” said Las Vegas Sands and Sands China’s chairman and CEO Robert Goldstein. 

“Investments in our world-class assets, our team members and the local community are a testament to our overall commitment to Macau and this tender submission reiterates our long-standing strategy of continuous investment in Macau.  

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“On behalf of our 25,000 team members in Macau, senior management, our boards of directors and the Adelson family, we are honoured to have submitted our application and look forward to continuing the wonderful partnership we have had with the people of Macau for the last two decades.”

“The entrepreneurial vision of our founder, Sheldon Adelson, combined with the leadership of the government and the dedication of our team members, has helped lead a remarkable transformation of Macau over the past 20 years,” said Sands China’s president and executive director Dr Wilfred Wong Ying Wai.  

“Over the next decade we hope to play a leading effort in helping Macau attract more tourists from more parts of the world and further its efforts to be recognised as a world centre of tourism and leisure.”

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“Our goals have always been aligned with the government when it comes to developing the scale of amenities Macau needed to become a must-see international tourism destination,” added Goldstein.

“We made unmatched commitments to bringing world-class shopping and dining and quickly became the market leader in MICE and live entertainment.

“Macau is still in the early stages of establishing itself as an international tourism destination and we believe we can continue to meaningfully contribute to that effort by expanding those important drivers of tourism.”

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