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Melco’s close to 100 employees back immediate Typhoon Mangkhut relief efforts

September 19, 2018 Responsible Tourism No Comments Email Email

In the immediate aftermath of Typhoon Mangkhut, Melco Resorts & Entertainment (Nasdaq: MLCO) deployed a team of nearly 100 employees to ensure public safety and help beach clean-up efforts. Arriving on the Company’s electric buses, employees from Melco’s property and construction services department were dispatched to assist the fixing of damaged and dangerous hoarding around the city. Another group of Melco employees joined the Macao Government Tourism Office (MGTO) in a clean-up initiative at Hac Sa, Macau’s largest natural beach, to remove rubbish and debris washed up onto the shoreline as a result of the typhoon.

As responsible corporate citizen, Melco is fully supportive of the government’s initiatives to restore order to the community after the super typhoon hit yesterday. Mr. Lawrence Ho, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Melco Resorts & Entertainment, expressed, “Our thoughts are with those whose properties have been damaged in yesterday’s typhoon, including those of our employees. At Melco, we pledge to assist the government in helping bring about a swift restoration of order to the city. We will do our best to offer help to those in need in community as we further coordinate additional relief efforts in the coming days.”

Melco employees remove debris and rubbish from Hac Sa Beach washed ashore by Super Typhoon Mangkhut

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