Last week Caesars’ top volunteers, Sandra Martinez and Todd Anderson, shared what volunteerism is all about during their visit to Horseshoe Baltimore. The festivities began with a dinner at Jack Binion’s with executive team members and HERO board members to discuss community service goals for the Baltimore region. The next day Sandra and Todd signed up over 75 team members to be HERO volunteers, and prompted them to share why they’re proud to be a #Horseshoe HERO. The HERO Stars brought a community service activity directly to team members in the hallways, resulting in 90 “Cards of Light” that will deliver joy to local seniors on “Second Wind Dreams Day” on September 15th. “I’m grateful to work for company that allows us to share our time and talent while joining with others to benefit the community,” said Sandra Martinez about collaborating with fellow HERO volunteers.
The kids became junior rangers with the unfurling of a 30’ X 42’ ft. American Flag and a rotation of inspirational and educational activities. Party hats and blowers were broken out when the group when sang happy birthday to the park service before lunch. “I’m proud to be a part of a company that invests in community to the extent of sending volunteers across the country to expand a property’s community involvement program,” said Todd Anderson about traveling to a new region to support community initiatives.
Read more about the 2016 HERO Stars grand prize community involvement trip here.