MGM GRAND DETROIT SALUTES THE ARMED FORCES WITH MILITARY MONDAYS
• Promotion to offer 50 percent off at Palette Dining Studio to members of the armed forces every Monday in July
Detroit, Mich. — MGM Grand Detroit will offer all members of the armed forces, active or veteran, 50 percent off meals at its popular Palette Dining Studio. This special, which is the first offer of its kind from a local casino, starts on Monday, July 5, and runs through Monday, July 26, 2010.
“This is a way for MGM Grand Detroit to say ‘thank you’ and show appreciation to those men and women who have made tremendous sacrifices for our freedom,” says Karen Brookstein, Assistant Vice President of Player Marketing at MGM Grand Detroit. “We are humbled and honored to welcome all of them to our property.”
Palette Dining Studio is a renowned all-you-can-eat gallery at MGM Grand Detroit. The restaurant offers more than 50 dishes, including signature salads, traditional barbeque, Asian and Italian cuisine, and gourmet desserts.
Armed forces members will be required to present their military ID at Palette to receive the discount. This promotion is not valid with any other offer.
ABOUT MGM GRAND DETROIT
Awarded the 2010 Forbes Four-Star Award and AAA’s prestigious Four-Diamond rating, MGM Grand Detroit is the city's first and only downtown hotel, gaming, and entertainment destination built from the ground up. The hotel features 400 chic and stylish guest rooms, including nine rooftop VIP suites and 56 opulent corner suites. Guests can enjoy three signature restaurants by two of the world’s preeminent celebrity chefs: Wolfgang Puck and Michael Mina; in-room dining by Puck in addition to casual restaurants; lounges, including a relaxed piano-style bar; high-energy nightlife; the only resort-style spa in Southeast Michigan; and 30,000 square feet of meeting space capable of hosting everything from large corporate events to intimate black-tie engagements.
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