MGM Resorts appoints Dana Reynolds as The Cosmopolitan’s Director of Brand Marketing

January 9, 2024
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She will immediately assume her new duties.

MGM Resorts has named Dana Reynolds as its Director of Brand Marketing for The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, effective immediately.

Reynolds holds a degree in Arts in Communication in Radio from Rowan University. She has held various media positions with NBC News and MTV.

She also worked as an Audience Manager for The Judge Hatchett Show and as an Associate Producer for The Ricki Lake Show.

Reynolds served in several communications roles with Aristocrat from 2011 to 2020. She later moved on to serve as a Marketing Director for Luxor Hotel & Casino, as well as the Director of Brand Marketing for Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino.

Reynolds described her appointment as a new beginning for the new year.

She commented, “2024 starts with a new chapter at MGM Resorts, leading brand marketing for The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas.

“Being thankful is an understatement for my time with Mandalay Bay and Luxor. My entry into hospitality was met with learning from the best in the business.”

She went on to thank several key leaders who she said have influenced her during her time at The Cosmopolitan.

Reynolds concluded by saying, “Thank you Chuck Bowling for being the leader everyone should aspire to be. Nicole Mittelstadt and Roxane Foronda you made me better each day I was on our team.“New challenges, new relationships, and a best-in-class brand, let’s go!”

The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas is home to 100,000 square feet of casino space, along with more than 3,000 guest rooms with private terraces and residential living areas. Guests can access bars, nightclubs and entertainment venues at the resort.


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