Yesterday, Chip Tuttle of Suffolk Downs and Fred Keeton of Caesars Entertainment addressed the Urban League of Eastern Massachusetts on Diversity Workforce and Construction Opportunities for the potential upcoming casino development. The event was attended by community residents, leaders, job seekers and various small to medium business owners who learned about the Mass Gaming Commission's diversity initiative and Caesars Resort at Suffolk Downs' plan to build a diverse workforce and supplier base.
As Vice President of External Affairs and Chief Diversity Officer for Caesars Entertainment, Fred Keeton ensures that all 50+ Caesars casinos across 7 countries search for a diverse pool of career and vendor candidates to grow each casino. And in Boston, he plans to do the same. Through their Local Business Partnership Program, Caesars Resort at Suffolk Downs is committed to expanding their development beyond the property of the racetrack. As a City-Integrated Resort, Caesars Resort at Suffolk Downs will become a part of the city of Boston, bringing jobs to our community members and vendor and supplier opportunities to our local business owners.