Delos and MGM Grand Launch Stay Well Meetings
Thursday August 21st, 2014 - 9:48AM A
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LAS VEGAS—Delos and MGM Grand Hotel & Casino have introduced Stay Well Meetings, which offers healthy environments for high-performance meetings with meeting rooms and spaces designed to optimize the health and well-being of attendees while complementing the existing Stay Well room and suite experience. To celebrate the debut, Delos Advisory Board member Dr. Deepak Chopra led a ribbon-cutting ceremony on August 18 at MGM Grand located here.
“Wellness is penetrating the hospitality industry and working environments are changing rapidly, so it was a natural progression for Delos to incorporate its innovative Stay Well features into meeting environments,” said Paul Scialla, founder of Delos. “With the creation of the Stay Well Meetings program, we have made a breakthrough in the design and approach of business meetings. These features not only provide health benefits to attendees, but also lead to increased productivity, creativity and collaboration.”
Featuring Delos’ wellness features, Stay Well Meetings creates a healthy work environment that helps increase the energy, focus and productivity of attendees with meeting spaces that offer evidence-based health and wellness elements, including:
Dr. Deepak Chopra, world-renowned health and wellness expert, said, “The Stay Well experience is changing the way we travel today, and as someone who is always on the road, it’s an area of particular interest for me. With the outstanding success of Stay Well at MGM Grand, I am thrilled to see these evidence-based wellness technologies introduced in meeting and convention spaces, one of the most important places for health and wellness.”
Tags: Delos • MGM • Dr. Deepak Chopra • Hospitality • Amenities •
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