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Las Vegas casinos desperately hope 2021 is a year of COVID-19 recovery, and the resumption of both domestic and international travel and tourism.
At this time each year, casino resorts offer deep discounts on hotel rooms during Black Friday and Cyber Monday. The goal is to enter the new year with strong bookings.
That’s even more important in 2020, as the gaming industry looks ahead to 2021 and tries to rally some sense of optimism. Visitor volume is down more than 54 percent in Las Vegas through 10 months of 2020. The industry must return travelers to Sin City in the months ahead, and casinos are trying to do that by offering a smorgasbord of deals this Thanksgiving holiday weekend.
MGM Resorts is offering rooms as low as $19 per night, exclusive of resort fees.
M life Rewards members can book rooms today through Wednesday morning at 20 percent off normal rates. Non-members receive 15 percent room discounts.
MGM 2021 Hotel Rates From:
- Bellagio — $104
- ARIA — $96
- Vdara — $88
- The Mirage — $42
- Mandalay Bay — $42
- MGM Grand — $36
- Park MGM — $35
- New York-New York — $30
- Luxor — $24
- Excalibur — $19
Caesars Entertainment is running a Cyber Sale with rooms from $29 (plus resort fee). Online bookings made today through Cyber Monday are discounted up to 25 percent for stays through September 2021. Caesars is also offering show tickets up to 30 percent off
Not to be outdone, Wynn Resorts is advertising a 40 percent Black Friday deal. Resort rooms are 40 percent off, and tower suites 25 percent. The offer is valid for bookings through April 5, 2021.
The Venetian and Palazzo have their rooms discounted by 25 percent through December 1. The discount applies for stays now through May 31, 2021. Guests will also be afforded a $100 food and beverage credit for use at the properties’ Signature Restaurants and Bars.
Treasure Island’s Black Friday offering includes rooms as low as $49, or buy one night get one night free. Another package is for $79 nightly rooms that come without those pesky resort fees (typically $39 per night) that so many travelers despise.
The Cosmopolitan’s Black Friday deal is book one night, get the second free. Reservations must be made by December 2, and bookings are good for stays through February 28, 2021.
When Will It End?
Numerous states across the nation urged residents to avoid traveling this Thanksgiving, and not to host large family gatherings. COVID-19 fatigue has more than set in for many Americans, and the gaming industry is hopeful a pent-up demand will lead to a tourism boom in 2021.
That is largely dependent on an available vaccine, which federal health officials are hopeful will be available to the general public beginning in March 2021.
“When we get into a post-COVID world, the pent-up demand you’re going to see for gaming in general, and Las Vegas in particular, is going to be beyond your wildest dreams,” opined Caesars Entertainment CEO Tom Reeg.
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The original sponsor of a bill to legalize single-game sports betting in Canada said he’s “skeptical,” but also “encouraged” by similar legislation the country’s Liberal Party government filed on Thursday
That comment from MP Kevin Waugh (Conservative, Saskatoon-Grasswood) came as Canada’s Minister of Justice and Attorney General David Lametti introduced his bill Thursday morning.
“The goal of the legislation is simple. It is to bring a common practice out of the shadows and into the open to make it legal, regulated, and safe,” Lametti said.
The bill would allow Canada’s provinces and territories the chance to offer single-game betting or license it in their jurisdiction.
With 155 of the 338 seats, Liberals don’t hold a majority in the House of Commons. However, single-game sports betting has enjoyed cross-party support. Waugh and MP Brian Masse (New Democratic Party, Windsor West) have been the primary champions for the cause.
In June, the NHL, NBA, MLB, and Canadian Football League issued a statement encouraging Canadian officials to end the ban on single-event betting.
Sports betting is currently legal in Canada. However, bettors can only avail themselves of parlay betting. As a result, Canadians who wager on single games are forced to do so by either betting with an illegal bookie, an unregulated offshore sportsbook, or by going across the border into the United States. It’s currently legal in four border states: New Hampshire, New York, Michigan, and Montana.
Lametti: Liberals Evolving on Single-Game Sports Betting
During a press conference Thursday, Lametti was asked about the party’s “about face” on single-game sports betting. Reporters noted the Liberal government previously opposed such attempts to expand gaming. Lametti said it was more an “evolution,” and credited Waugh and Masse for their efforts.
These people have been tenacious on behalf of their constituents, and they continue to advance good arguments… It shows the impact that individual MPs advocating on behalf of their constituents can have on government policy,” the minister said.
Parliament’s House of Commons held debate on Waugh’s bill earlier this month.
In his statement after Lametti’s press conference, Waugh noted that a “vast majority” of Liberals voted against repealing the criminal justice law. That would have opened the door to single-game betting in the last Parliament and shut down debate on his bill for months.
“Nevertheless, I remain hopeful that the government will move expeditiously to call this bill for debate and to implement it,” he said. “In the meantime, my colleagues and I will continue to do our part to hold the government to account on getting this change implemented.”
Woodbine Supports Fixed-Odds Racing Ban
The push for single-game sports betting also appeared to pick up support from a key stakeholder group after Lametti’s announcement.
The proposed legislation would prohibit sportsbooks from offering fixed-odds wagering on horse races. That had been a concern for Canadian racing officials.
In a statement, Woodbine Entertainment said it offered its support for fixed-odds single-event betting as long as it can participate.
“Throughout our future discussions with government authorities, we look forward to demonstrating how we can play a meaningful role in the execution of the legalization of sports betting,” Woodbine CEO Jim Lawson said. He added that the company stands ready to assert its “industry-leading experience and technology in single-event wagering, while also offering a solution that would ensure any profits derived from sports betting remain in our economy.”
Lametti’s bill would allow for online sports betting apps to offer single-game betting, as well as casinos. According to Toronto-based sports media company theScore, online betting could generate up to US$5.4 billion (CAD 7 billion) in revenues.
TheScore currently operates sports betting apps in New Jersey, Indiana, and Colorado.
“Canadians deserve a modernized and regulated sports betting market, and we commend the federal government for their efforts to legalize single-event wagering,” Score Media Founder and CEO John Levy said in a release. “There is now clear cross-party support and strong momentum to amend Canada’s outdated federal laws and enable the legal sports betting market to flourish.”
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Fitch Ratings expects casino markets that rely on local visitation to recover quicker from the COVID-19 pandemic than tourism-reliant regions such as Las Vegas and Singapore.
In a note issued this week by Alex Bumazhny, the Fitch gaming analyst believes destination gaming markets will lag behind regional gaming in their coronavirus recoveries.
“Gaming markets globally that are more reliant on local visitation will continue to recover faster relative to destination markets,” Bumazhny predicts.
Regional gaming markets predominantly rely on gamblers located within driving distance. US gaming operators that specialize in regional jurisdictions include Penn National Gaming, Boyd Gaming, and the newly formed Caesars Entertainment — which expanded its regional portfolio through its merger with Eldorado Resorts.
Though MGM Resorts is heavily focused on Las Vegas and Macau, the casino operator has properties in Atlantic City, Michigan, Maryland, Ohio, Massachusetts, and New York.
Regional gaming operators, Bumazhny says, are still threatened by the reimplementation of coronavirus restrictions, as cases spike in the US. “Targeted measures such as temporary closures and heightened operating restrictions are possible amid higher levels of reported COVID-19 cases,” Bumazhny explains.
Las Vegas isn’t Las Vegas without domestic and international travel. More than 42.1 million visitors arrived in Las Vegas last year. That number will be greatly reduced when 2020 is said and done. Around 20 percent of all Las Vegas visitors are foreigners in a non-pandemic year.
Visitor volume year to date is down 54.2 percent, or 19.2 million fewer people traveling to Las Vegas January through October. Gross gaming revenue (GGR) in Las Vegas is down 38 percent through October.
Singapore — home to the integrated resort casinos Marina Bay Sands and Resorts World Sentosa — has experienced a similar decline in visitor volume. The two IRs rely predominantly on foreign guests, and the city-state reports that international visitor arrivals are down over 43 percent this year.
The potential vaccine availability will allow destination markets like Singapore and Las Vegas to begin recovering more in earnest in the second half of 2021,” Bumazhny rationalized. Fitch forecasts Singapore’s 2021 GGR at its two casinos to reach “only 45 percent” of 2019’s levels.
This week, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Director Robert Redfield said a COVID-19 vaccine will be available in the US in the coming weeks, and made widely available to the general public “hopefully by March.”
Japan IR Odds Lengthening
Viewed as the largest market opportunity to hit the global gaming industry since Macau welcomed in new commercial casino operators nearly two decades ago, Japan continues to move forward with legalizing gambling. However, enthusiasm for the Land of the Rising Sun is waning.
“Japan’s IR plans appear increasingly uncertain as the pandemic exacerbates existing challenges, such as a high gaming tax rate, bureaucratic and regulatory hurdles, and a bribery scandal,” Bumazhny commented.
Las Vegas Sands has already withdrawn its consideration for Japan, and Wynn Resorts earlier this year closed its Yokohama office. MGM Resorts, the frontrunner for licensure in Osaka, also recently announced its decision to assume a substantially reduced role in investing in Japan.
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Quebec’s provincial gambling monopoly is refuting allegations that its casinos are facilitating money laundering by organized crime figures.
Le Journal de Montreal issued a series of reports this week alleging that the Casino de Montreal had “rolled out the red carpet” for multiple individuals linked to organized crime, including Stefano Sollecito, a reputed mafia figure who gambled millions at the casino despite declaring annual revenue in the mid-five-figure range to Canadian tax authorities.
The reports claim that Sollecito (pictured) and other crime figures have been showered with perks by Loto Quebec-managed casinos, including comped hotel rooms, restaurant meals, concert tickets and rounds of golf. Figures like Sollecito were members of the Casino de Montreal’s rewards program and were granted access to its swankiest VIP lounges.
A 2019 report by Criminal Intelligence Service Canada (CISC) pegged the gambling sector as the country’s third-most popular means for organized crime to launder proceeds of illicit activity, behind only private businesses and underground banking operations.
CISC claimed that around 10% of Canada’s 176 identified organized crime groups used casinos to launder dirty cash, with British Columbia’s casino sector cited as particularly popular with alleged crime figures looking to legitimize their ill-gotten gains.
Le Journal claimed Loto-Quebec declined to comment on the paper’s reporting by “hiding behind the Privacy Act.” The government-run entity issued a statement Thursday saying it was “obliged to decline” these requests for comment because it “cannot divulge any personal information, nor report on the actions that may have been taken to deal with specific individuals who frequent public places like casinos.”
Loto-Quebec further claimed that it “actively works with various stakeholders” in combating money laundering and “complies with all regulatory requirements” regarding suspicious transactions. Loto-Quebec said the federal Financial Transactions and Reports Analysis Centre (FINTRAC) found “no issues” with the monopoly’s compliance program.
As for the perks doled out to the individuals in the media report, Loto-Quebec noted that its Casino Privilèges program was open to anyone who wished to join and that the perks represented “rewards – not gifts – which are self-funded by [players’] own restaurant and gaming activities.”
Loto-Quebec is in the enviable position of acting as both gambling operator and regulating its gambling operations, a contradictory dual-role that generally betrays the people it’s intended to benefit. It remains to be seen whether Quebec will eventually come to the same conclusion as its BC counterparts, who are set to finally get some adults in the room next spring.
Most of Loto-Quebec’s retail gambling operations are currently suspended for the second time this year due to the province’s COVID-19 resurgence. The closures have dealt a significant blow to the monopoly’s earning power, and while its Espacejeux online gambling operation is thriving, it can’t fully compensate for the land-based losses.
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Las Vegas was “magic” in the era when casinos were smaller and more intimate, author and screenwriter Nicholas Pileggi told Casino.org. But the city and its casinos now are “spectacular,” he said.
Pileggi said when hotel-casinos on the Las Vegas Strip each only had several hundred rooms, the staff and customers often knew one another. Entertainers such as Dean Martin could be seen dealing blackjack at the Sands after performing in the Copa Room. Frank Sinatra, another member of that era’s famous Rat Pack, might wander out to the casino floor and mingle with customers.
The period from the late 1950s through the 1970s had an intimate appeal, Pileggi said.
It was a different time,” he told Casino.org this week. “It was sort of fabulous.”
New York-based Pileggi, an 87-year-old former Associated Press reporter, co-wrote the Las Vegas Mafia movie Casino with director Martin Scorsese. The film was released 25 years ago this month. An exhibit of memorabilia from the movie recently went on display at the Mob Museum in downtown Las Vegas.
The movie is a fictional account of Mafia associate Frank “Lefty” Rosenthal’s rocky marriage to Geri Rosenthal, a former dancer at the Tropicana Casino on the Las Vegas Strip. Robert De Niro and Sharon Stone portray characters based on the Rosenthals. Joe Pesci plays a character modeled after mobster Anthony “Tony the Ant” Spilotro.
The movie is based on Pileggi’s 1995 nonfiction book Casino: Love and Honor in Las Vegas. The characters’ real names were used in the book, but were changed in the movie for legal reasons. For the book, Pileggi interviewed Frank “Lefty” Rosenthal, former Chicago and Las Vegas gangster Frank Cullotta, and many more from that period.
Pileggi also co-wrote the 1990 New York Mafia movie Goodfellas with Scorsese. This movie is based on Pileggi’s true-crime book Wiseguy.
An Earlier Era
When Pileggi was writing the book Casino, he stayed in Las Vegas at the Sands, where employees remembered him, he said.
Waking into a casino was “like seeing a friend,” Pileggi said.
In those days, Las Vegas casinos were “basically for gamblers, for people who wanted to go and gamble,” he said.
“They weren’t necessarily places you took your kids,” Pileggi said.
That began to change in the 1980s when corporations moved in and started building 3,000-room megaresorts, where gambling “is an additional amenity,” Pileggi said.
He said the newer Las Vegas is a “totally different economy of scale.”
“You can make a lot more money with that kind of crowd than you can with three hundred guys who were betting yellow chips at the craps table,” he said.
New Las Vegas
Many people who remember the earlier days are no longer around, Pileggi noted. The Sands was demolished in 1996 to make way for the Venetian. Other properties from that period, including the Dunes and Hacienda, also have been demolished and replaced by newer resorts.
“The old Vegas was magic,” Pileggi said, “but there are people who never saw the old Vegas and can’t even conceive of it, so the new Vegas is magic to them.”
Pileggi said the newer version lacks the same “intimate quality,” but has its own appeal.
“It’s Disneyland,” the veteran screenwriter said. “The climate is good. These hotel-casinos are spectacular. It’s just unbelievable.”
While newer visitors have “their own Las Vegas,” he sometimes is nostalgic for an earlier era.
“When I go to Vegas now, I kind of squint my eyes and try to think of the old days,” Pileggi said.
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Atlantic City casinos continue to scale down their workforces, as their properties remain operating in reduced capacities and with limited services.
The New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement (DGE) reports in its October employment summary that the nine casinos collectively employed 22,220 people at the end of last month. That’s down approximately 17 percent compared with October 2019.
October’s numbers reveal additional job cuts from September, as 283 people were permanently let go last month from their casino place of employment.
Atlantic City casinos are employing 4,670 fewer people than they did at this time last year.
Numbers Not Telling Entire Story
The DGE concedes that the October employment report might not be fully accurate because of ongoing furloughs as a result of COVID-19.
“The figures for July to October 2020 include a significant number of individuals on furlough,” the DGE explains.
Totals for November 2019-October 2020 were taken from the electronic transfer of hotel casino employment information submitted by the casino industry. The figures reflect total number of employed positions in the casino industry and make no distinction between full- or part-time employment,” the agency adds.
The casinos employed 4,670 fewer people in October 2020 than October 2 because of a recent spike in new coronavirus cases. New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy (D) earlier this month ordered all indoor dining and beverage service — including at casinos — to suspend service nightly between the hours of 10 pm and 5 am.
Casino hotel occupancy is additionally down, resulting in fewer hospitality workers needed.
“It’s getting tougher and tougher. These restrictions make a big difference,” said Steve Callender, president of the Casino Association of New Jersey and regional president for Caesars Entertainment Inc., to the Press of Atlantic City.
“Employment numbers are going to get worse, unfortunately,” Callender predicted.
Borgata Returning Some
Borgata, the town’s richest gross gaming revenue earner and largest employer, welcomed back some workers last month. The MGM Resorts property returned 348 jobs to lead the industry with a workforce of 3,630 employees.
However, that number might reverse in November, as Borgata President Melonie Johnson said the nightly ban on indoor food and beverage led to the difficult decision to eliminate 73 workers and reduce hours for 349 others.
Casino — Total Employees
- Borgata — 3,630
- Hard Rock — 3,424
- Harrah’s — 2,842
- Tropicana — 2,441
- Caesars — 2,377
- Ocean — 2,358
- Bally’s — 1,923
- Resorts — 1,659
- Golden Nugget — 1,566
Bally’s, Caesars, Golden Nugget, Hard Rock, Harrah’s, Resorts, and Tropicana all employed fewer people in October than they did in September. Ocean’s total workforce stayed exactly the same during the two months.
Atlantic City casino employment traditionally curtails after the summer months. In 2019 total employment went from 29,298 in June, to 26,890 in November, an 8.2 percent contraction.
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Steph Curry and Peyton Manning Favored Against Phil Mickelson and Charles Barkley in Charity Golf Match
NBA superstar Steph Curry and future NFL Hall of Fame inductee Peyton Manning are the favorites in “The Match” charity golf event. Their opponents are five-time golf major winner Phil Mickelson and Basketball Hall of Fame member Charles Barkley.
Sportsbooks have Curry and Manning favored at -175 (implied odds 63.64 percent). A $100 bet on that line nets $57.14 should the duo emerge victorious.
Mickelson and Barkley are the underdogs at +138 (implied odds 42.02 percent). A $100 winning bet nets $138.
Mickelson and Sir Charles are underdogs because of the format of modified alternate shot — otherwise known as Pinehurst. Each player tees off, and then the team selects which ball to use. They alternate hitting the shot until the ball is holed.
Barkley’s golf game is notoriously bad. His swing has, for years, been the subject of ridicule among his peers, something the NBA analyst has taken in stride.
“The Match: Champions for Change” airs live tomorrow, November 27, at 2 pm ET on TNT. The event is to “highlight diversity, equality, and inclusion through donations to Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) while raising awareness and spotlighting opportunities for diversity and equality in sports.”
Steph Curry’s golf game is nearly as skilled as his three-pointer. The three-time NBA champion and two-time NBA MVP has played in two professional golf tournaments during the basketball off-season. He missed the cut each time, but held his own playing on a sponsor’s exemption against the pros.
Manning is no slouch on the golf course, either. The two-time Super Bowl champion and five-time NFL MVP was on the winning team during “The Match: Champions for Charity” in May. Manning teamed up with Tiger Woods to win on the final hole against Mickelson and partner Tom Brady.
Barkley is certainly the worst of the three golfing amateurs, which is why, despite being paired with one of the game’s best players in the history of the sport, his team is still the underdog.
Curry plays out of California GC — better known as Cal Club — and sports an impressive +2.1 handicap index. Manning plays at several county clubs, including Cherry Hills and Castle Pines in Colorado, and The Honors Course in Tennessee. Manning’s handicap is 4.8.
It does not appear that Barkley maintains a handicap with the United States Golf Association. But it’s safe to say that it’s many times higher than Curry and Manning’s.
Barkley’s performance is expected to dictate the outcome of the match. If he hits a few decent shots here and there, and perhaps drains a couple putts, Mickelson will certainly keep his team in the game.
But oddsmakers aren’t confident Barkley’s game will shine.
- Will he make a putt from 30 or more feet? +400
- Will he hole out from off the green? +600
- Will he hole out from 100 yards or more? +2500
The lines all give Barkley little chance of accomplishing each feat. His odds of carding a hole-in-one are +8000. While that implies a chance of just 1.23 percent, knowing Barkley’s game, the line doesn’t seem nearly long enough to attract any meaningful betting action.
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Today, as many Southern Nevada residents and tourists sit down to enjoy a festive Thanksgiving dinner, a large cross-section of the population relies on local non-profits for food and other essentials. The need is greater this holiday, given the economic downturn from the coronavirus pandemic.
Workers, many of whom recently were employed at casinos, now find themselves without a job after gaming companies concluded they had no option but to undertake layoffs. More layoffs or reduced hours could take place after tighter state restrictions were imposed this week on casinos, restaurants, and bars.
One of the most pressing issues for those who find themselves out of work is to have an adequate food supply.
That’s where Three Square Food Bank comes in. Founded in 2007 by a grant from the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation, the non-profit serves diverse residents in Southern Nevada, be it singles, households with children, or seniors.
Typically, Three Square provides more than 41 million meals each year. That number could be higher for 2020, given recent unemployment data.
As of September, Las Vegas had an unemployment rate of 14.8 percent, according to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics. Nevada had an unemployment rate of 12 percent in October. These rates are among the highest in the US.
As of last month, one in five individuals in Southern Nevada was described as being “food-insecure.” Among them are 171,510 children, according to a Feeding America organization study.
Earlier this year, Three Square estimated there was a 30 percent jump in demand for food distributions.
As the pandemic led to an economic downturn, Three Square quickly increased food distribution by 250,000 meals per week. Volunteers assisted in distributing the food.
The organization’s call center also regularly referred those with needs to food sites, social services, and sources for unemployment benefits.
Still, proposed additional federal relief programs through stimulus checks remain stalled in Congress. It is unclear when more relief will come.
“We in the food banking industry are keeping … a close watch on what happens with further stimulus,” Three Square Chief Operating Officer Larry Scott told Casino.org this week.
“As stimulus money winds down, there becomes a greater reliance on food banks. And so, we’re particularly aware of — and watching closely — to see what could potentially happen with more stimulus money. If not, we have a greater role to fill,” Scott added.
Economically Diverse Households Need Help
One noticeable trend with this pandemic is that the need is present across income levels. Especially at drive-through distribution events, individuals from diverse socio-economic groups take part.
“You can easily see the difference [in] the types of automobiles that are in line waiting for food. And I can tell you, it covers all economic classes,” Scott said.
The pandemic has led to other changes for Three Square, too.
“We had to rebuild our methodology for prepping food because we were not able to bring the 200 or so volunteers into our building each and every day to help us pack meals and to sort produce,” Scott recalled. “And then, of course, distributing the food had to be done with social distancing.”
On top of that, many volunteers, especially seniors, had to curb volunteering activity to reduce risk of contracting coronavirus.
But an efficient system was put in place to expand both food pantry offerings and provide food at drive-through distribution sites. Often, the drive-up events had cars lined up for several miles.
Casino Workers Well-Represented Among Volunteers
Gaming and hospitality workers, as well as casino companies, are among those who volunteer their time and money to help the program.
We’ve had many hospitality industry people volunteer to help at our drive-through distribution sites,” Scott said. “You are able to interact with those folks…. It’s been heartwarming to watch people who had their lives interrupted with unemployment, also willing to come out and donate their time and serve others in the community.”
He confirmed, too, how the hospitality industry has “always been a tremendous support” for Three Square. “Initially, when the [gaming] properties closed [in March], many of them emptied their freezers and their coolers and pantries, and we rescued hundreds and hundreds of thousands of pounds of food in a matter of a few days … to redistribute …to the needy,” Scott said.
Since then, casino operators like Boyd Gaming Corp. or Station Casinos provided parking lots free of charge for food distribution events.
“The COVID pandemic … clearly had a significant impact on our community. As one of the largest companies in the Valley, we felt an obligation to provide additional assistance to our neighbors …,” said David Strow, a spokesman for Boyd Gaming. “Three Square has stepped up to help thousands of Valley residents over the past year. We’re honored to help support them in their mission.”
This Thanksgiving, Three Square will also provide holiday food boxes. Holiday trimmings will be included.
Also, normal boxes with produce, dairy products, and meats continue to be distributed. Given the need, organizations like Three Square are ready to help.
“I think that the greatest words of encouragement that I can offer to those who are needy is that there is a massive army of people who care about them and who are donating their time and treasure and talent, to being able to make sure that these people do not go hungry,” Scott said. “Help is always just around the corner for them.”
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