Resorts World New York Chooses Gary Platt Manufacturing to Supply Chairs for its Casino RefreshOctober 12, 2017
RENO, Nev. (September 29, 2017) – Resorts World New York has chosen Gary Platt Manufacturing to supply chairs for a refresh of its casino floor. Gary Platt is supplying its distinctive Lido Revo chair, replacing a competitive product.
Resorts World VP Casino Operations Dan Finken said, “At Resorts World Casino New York, we offer over 10 million guests annually an unparalleled gaming and entertainment experience. Now as we refresh our casino floor, we continue to seek out only the very best products and services for our guests. This is why we selected the unsurpassed comfort of Gary Platt’s chairs.”
Gary Platt VP of Sales and Marketing Josh Corrick said, “We are thrilled to provide our Lido chair to Resorts World Casino New York. Our proprietary foam is the core of our hand-crafted designs, and is why our chairs are known worldwide as the most comfortable casino chairs.”
Gary Platt’s Lido line of casino seating captures a sleek elegance that is perfect anywhere in the casino and for any casino design. Distinctive center stitching on the seat and front, the Lido line provides unsurpassed comfort to dealers and guests.
New York City’s only casino, Resort World New York is operated by the Genting Group.
Gary Platt’s extensive line of custom-made chairs can be found in casinos of all sizes on five continents. Discover your next favorite chair at garyplatt.com and join the company on Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter.
About Gary Platt Manufacturing
For more than 20 years, Gary Platt Manufacturing has been the world’s leading provider of performance casino seating. The design team has more than 50 years of experience in providing products with unsurpassed comfort and excellence. Gary Platt produces premium seating for casinos on five continents and creates chairs for slots, table games, poker, bar-top, and bingo. For more information, visit Gary Platt at www.garyplatt.com.
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Paul Speirs-Hernandez, Steinbeck Communications