Pavilion Payments becomes ambassador with Las Vegas Super Bowl host committee

June 28, 2023
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The Las Vegas Host Committee Ambassador Program was established to help support the community during major events like Super Bowl LVIII.

Payments provider Pavilion Payments, which only serves the gaming industry, has become an ambassador for the Las Vegas Host Committee Ambassador Program.

That program was launched to support the community of Las Vegas during major events, like Super Bowl LVIII.

Leading up to the Super Bowl next year, the Las Vegas Host Committee Ambassador Program plans to recruit “local leaders” in an array of disciplines – business, medicine, the arts, education and athletics – to serve as ambassadors for Las Vegas.

Ambassadors will gain exclusive access to Las Vegas Host Committee Ambassador Program events, news and business-to-business networking opportunities.

Christopher Justice, CEO of Pavilion Payments, said, “As an ambassador and founding member of the Las Vegas Host Committee Ambassador Program, Pavilion Payments is honored to contribute to the success of this event that brings the country together.

"Our mission is to ensure all patrons have the tools they need to bet responsibly and have an elevated experience in Las Vegas during one of the most exciting matchups of the year.”

Pavilion Payments allows its gaming customers to maximize spend across all their physical and digital properties, making it a so-called “omnichannel” payment solution provider.

Details of Pavilion Payments' rebrand can be found in Gambling Insider's Payments Focus magazine.


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