THE VENETIAN RESORT LAS VEGAS TOWER SIGNS GO BLUE FOR HUMAN TRAFFICKING AWARENESS DAY 

Jan. 11, 2019

WHAT:            
The Venetian® Resort Las Vegas and Sands® Expo will turn their tower signs blue to recognize Human Trafficking Awareness Day. In 2007, the US Senate designated Jan. 11 as Human Trafficking Awareness Day to raise awareness of this worldwide crisis.
In 2018, Las Vegas Sands® launched Project Protect, a comprehensive global initiative to accelerate its performance in responsible gaming, anti-money laundering and human trafficking prevention. As a global umbrella program to build defenses against these problems, Project Protect coalesces LVS’s efforts around policy and procedural enhancements in each of the core areas and introduces comprehensive team member training to build lasting solutions that meet and exceed government regulations and standard industry performance.
There are nearly 30 million victims of human trafficking around the globe. Las Vegas Sands has a strict zero-tolerance policy, and remains vigilant against human trafficking in any form thanks to a multi-layered proactive and reactive response plan.
WHEN:
January 11, 2019
12:01 am until sun-up; sundown until 11:59 pm
WHERE:
The Venetian and The Palazzo Las Vegas
3355 South Las Vegas Blvd.
Las Vegas, NV 89109

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The Venetian Resort Las Vegas Tower Signs Go Blue for Human Trafficking Awareness Day
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The Venetian Resort Las Vegas Tower Signs Go Blue for Human Trafficking Awareness Day
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