Kansas Star, Sam’s Town Las Vegas and Eldorado received Boyd Gaming Safety Awards for their outstanding safety performances in 2017.
Boyd Gaming properties across the country helped spread holiday cheer this December, awarding nearly $100,000 to dozens of nonprofit organizations across the nation that participated in the Company’s annual ‘Trees of Hope’ tree-decorating competition.
Woodfire Grille Executive Sous Chef Jennifer Reifschneider brought home the “Best Tasting Table” award for the second year in a row at the Celebrity Cook-Off event on June 13. The experienced chef also placed first for the entire event.
Boyd Gaming team members across the country donated $30,000 to benefit fellow team members impacted by Hurricane Harvey. Their generous donations were matched dollar-for-dollar by the Company, raising a total of $60,000 for relief.
As one of the largest and most established companies in the gaming industry, Boyd Gaming has a wide range of career opportunities available to team members at its 24 properties located in Nevada,...
Adopting a healthier lifestyle has never been more rewarding at Boyd Gaming. For the last five years, Boyd Gaming team members from across the nation have taken on the Company’s “Lose It to Win” challenge, helping to encourage team members to improve their health.
The tension was intense at the second annual “Cutthroat Cook-off” in late April. Sous Chef Georgia Shook of Boyd Gaming's Kansas Star Casino kept calm, cool and collected throughout the battle.
As National Safety Month, June is the perfect time to remember the importance of practicing workplace safety. Boyd Gaming has a strong commitment to workplace safety, which is an integral part of the Company’s culture.
Kansas Star team members held an interactive workshop to help individuals with developmental disabilities hone their skills in the workplace.
Kansas Star Chefs James McNulty and John Bugg took home a first-place award during the annual Wichita Wagonmasters Downtown Chili Cook-Off.