SEEING ALL THE SIGHTS
To showcase the world of Caesars we spent a week in the desert city learning from some of Caesars Palace's best and brightest employees. Working once again with career advice site, The Muse, we built a series that would highlight some of Las Vegas' key features and some of the perks of forging a unique career path in this city.
Shooting in The Linq Hotel's 550 ft tall attraction, The High Roller, was definitely a first for our crew. We interviewed three employees about the highs and lows of building a career in the enteraimtent industry in "What's it Really Like to Work in Vegas". Filming in the world's tallest Ferris wheel at sunset provided it's own unique set of challenges but it was well worth it.
TRYING OUR HAND
One of our favorite videos to create during this trip was "Table Talk" where we sat down with Eric Hession (Chief Financial Officer of Caesars Entertainment), Martha Morales (General Manager of Nobu Hotel Las Vegas), Dhivy Jayaseelan (Vice President of Marketing Analytics at Caesars Entertainment), and Brandi Ellis (Senior Vice President of VIP Marketing Caesars Entertainment) over a hand of cards. They played a couple rounds of poker but as they joked and took other's chips, we learned a lot about each one of their lives and what it took for them to climb the corporate ladder.
Towards the ends of the week we decided to head beyond the strip and sightsee so we could create our most visual video "What is An Ally?". First up was seeing the art installion Seven Magic Mountains, by artist Ugo Rondinone, along with checking out local restaurants like, PublicUs, in the Fremont District. We ended our trip by taking a helicopter ride over the city at sunset. It was an action-packed week full of adventure and fun stories to share. Thanks to Caesar's Entertainment for showing us a new side of this iconic city. To check out the full series see our previous blog, "Touring The Desert City".
UNTIL NEXT TIME