Foxwoods Continues Thanksgiving Turkey Tradition
In a continuation of a longstanding tradition, Foxwoods Casino have delivered 200 turkeys to local food banks and charities.
Connecticut-based Foxwoods, one of the world's largest and most successful resort casinos, have an interesting Thanksgiving tradition.
Each year, the casino's owners, the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation (MPTN), donate 200 turkeys to needy food banks and local charities.
In addition, Foxwoods and MPTN reward their hard-working employees with a delicious turkey dinner. Employees can also choose to donate their turkey to any food bank or charity.
The heart-warming tradition is just one of Foxwoods' many charitable endeavors. Stephen Heise, vice President in HR Department of Foxwoods Casino and Resort stated that they are delighted to reward their employees for their year of dedication and hard work.
"They are crucial in providing every Foxwoods guest with the five-star experience for which our establishment is famous," he said. "And we are proud that so many of our valued employees, in turn, opt to give back to their communities."