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HARD ROCK INTERNATIONAL GOES PINK WORLDWIDE THIS OCTOBER

19th Annual PINKTOBER® Campaign Raises Global Awareness and Funds for Breast Cancer Research HOLLYWOOD, Fla. – Sept. 14, 2018 – Hard Rock International is going PINK for the brand’s 19th Annual PINKTOBER® campaign. Starting in September and continuing throughout October, guests are invited to join the fight against breast cancer at Hard Rock Cafes, Hotels and…

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Two Native-owned Enterprises On Forbes’ Best Employers for Women

Two Native-owned enterprises are included in 2018’s ranking of America’s top employers for women, compiled by Forbes. The Chickasaw Nation Department of Commerce ranked #152 and Hard Rock International ranked #177 overall, and #7 and #8, respectively, in the Travel & Leisure category. Both organizations are considered leaders in Indian gaming in the U.S. and have…

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Hard Rock to Help ‘Save the Planet’ by Eliminating Plastic Straws

Hard Rock International announced today the goal to eliminate plastic straws at properties worldwide effective September 1, 2018, in addition to existing ‘green’ initiatives already in place at the Hard Rock Cafes/Hotels/Casinos globally. Aside from the straw initiative, HRI will transition to paper only to-go bags by mid-August. “One of Hard Rock’s founding mottos is…

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Hard Rock Heals grant recipient works with Major Music Artist

Hard Rock Heals Foundation grant recipient, Atlanta Music Project, recently teamed up with rap legend, T.I. to record three songs for NPR’s Tiny Desk Concert series. Founded in 2010, the Atlanta Music Project provides intensive, tuition-free music education to under-served youth. The mission and work of Atlanta Music Project is dear to Hard Rock Heals Foundation and…

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