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Richard D. Broome

Executive Vice President, Public Affairs and Communications

Caesars Entertainment Corporation

HQ Phone:  (702) 407-6000

Email: r***@***.com

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Caesars Entertainment Corporation

One Caesars Palace Drive

Las Vegas, Nevada,89109

United States

Company Description

Caesars Entertainment Corporation ("CEC") is the world's most diversified casino-entertainment provider and the most geographically diverse U.S. casino-entertainment company. CEC is mainly comprised of the following three entities: the majority owned operating... more.

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Background Information

Employment History

Spokesman

Hertz Global Holdings , Inc.


Vice President, Government Relations and Communications

Selective Insurance Group , Inc.


Counsel

Aetna Inc


Affiliations

Connecticut Bar

Member


Education

B.A.

Bates College


J.D.

University of Connecticut School of Law


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Management - Caesars Entertainment Corporation

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Richard Broome Executive Vice President of Public Affairs and Communications Read Bio Image of Richard Broome Richard Broome Executive Vice President of Public Affairs and Communications Richard Broome is Caesars Entertainment's Executive Vice President of Public Affairs and Communications. Prior to joining Caesars Entertainment in early 2016, Mr. Broome managed Hertz Holdings global government relations and communications areas from 2000-2015. Previously, Mr. Broome has led internal and external communications initiatives supporting business transformations, acquisitions, crises, major ownership changes, private equity, multi-brand integration and employee engagement programs.


Caesars Entertainment Corporation - Definitive Proxy Statement

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Richard D. Broome (1)
(1) Mr. Broome assumed his role effective January 11, 2016. Mr. Broome became our Executive Vice President of Public Affairs and Communications in January 2016. Prior to joining the Company, Mr. Broome served as the Executive Vice President, Corporate Affairs and Communications of Hertz Holdings and Hertz from March 2013 through July 2015. Previously, Mr. Broome served as Senior Vice President, Corporate Affairs and Communications of Hertz Holdings and Hertz from March 2008 to March 2013, and as Vice President, Corporate Affairs and Communications from August 2000 to March 2008.


Vegas Strip resort reopens after power outage, evacuation | Bellingham Herald

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"We're 100 percent open for business," Caesars Entertainment Corp. spokesman Rich Broome told reporters.
"We are not expecting any additional electrical issues going forward." About 3,000 guests and gamblers were forced out after the power was cut and a backup source failed to kick in. Broome said hotel fees were being waived and free stays would be provided for guests who were prevented from returning to their rooms in the 33-story hotel, and to arrivals who had to find another place to stay. The outage was called an accident - occurring when a worker cut into the power main during authorized and scheduled work in a sub-basement. Hotel and county officials said there was no indication of sabotage or foul play. Broome declined to identify the contractor. Broome said officials are investigating why auxiliary power didn't function as expected. Broome said estimates of the loss due to Thursday's outage weren't immediately known.


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As night fell, the iconic faux Eifel Tower lit up, but authorities decided it was too late to promise to let guests back in to the darkened 2,900-room hotel, Caesars Entertainment Corp. spokesman Rich Broome said.
News reports said later that partial power was being restored to the facility by late Thursday, but there was still no confirmation about guests returning to their quarters. Only people who needed prescription medication were being escorted by hotel and security officials to their rooms. "It's pitch black in there," Broome said. "The building will stay evacuated until all power is restored and fire officials declare it safe." "It's frustrating for us," Broome added. "Much more frustrating for our guests." Broome said workers were drilling into concrete in a basement boiler room to reach the power main. Displaced guests and new arrivals were directed to the Caesars-owned Bally's Las Vegas Hotel next-door, where company officials were helping them find rooms at Caesars and competitors' properties up and down the Strip. Guests who missed or had to change airline flights, or had to leave luggage in their rooms, were being promised assistance, Broome said.


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As night fell, the iconic faux Eifel Tower lit up, but authorities decided it was too late to promise to let guests back in to the darkened 2,900-room hotel, Caesars Entertainment Corp. spokesman Rich Broome said.
Only people who needed prescription medication were being escorted by hotel and security officials to their rooms. "It's pitch black in there," Broome said. "The building will stay evacuated until all power is restored and fire officials declare it safe." "It's frustrating for us," Broome added. "Much more frustrating for our guests." Broome said workers were drilling into concrete in a basement boiler room to reach the power main. Displaced guests and new arrivals were directed to the Caesars-owned Bally's Las Vegas Hotel next-door, where company officials were helping them find rooms at Caesars and competitors' properties up and down the Strip. Guests who missed or had to change airline flights, or had to leave luggage in their rooms, were being promised assistance, Broome said.


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