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2003 DIVERSITY REPORT “You must be the change you wish to see in the world.” Mahatma Gandhi 1 Diversity. Our Strength. Our Future. On behalf of the MGM MIRAGE management team, I am proud to present our Company’s 2003 Diversity Report. Last year was another year of dynamic milestones in our Diversity Initiative. As our report shows, in 2003 we achieved steady progress on many strategic fronts. As part of our continuous effort to integrate diversity into the core belief system of our Company culture, we completed diversity education for all levels of management, as well as for several employee groups within our Company. With the leadership of our Diversity Champions — the beacons of our diversity message throughout MGM MIRAGE, we are now poised to launch a company-wide diversity communications campaign throughout our entire workforce. We continued to institutionalize diversity as a seamless part of the infrastructure of key business operations including recruitment, professional development, advertising and marketing, sales, public relations, purchasing, construction and philanthropy. We made solid gains in the diversification of our management ranks and our management training programs. Moreover, we expanded our outreach to emerging multicultural markets and solidified our relationships with old and new partners alike across diverse communities and constituencies throughout our nation. We also made strides in development of necessary internal systems and processes. Our demonstrated record of performance again captured significant public recognition for our Diversity Initiative. In July 2003, Fortune ranked MGM MIRAGE as No. 31 in that magazine’s listing of the “50 Best Companies for Minorities” — a laudable achievement by any standard. MGM MIRAGE was the only Nevada-based company so recognized, further underscoring our leadership of the gaming industry on diversity issues. For this prestigious distinction, we applaud our tremendously dedicated employees who worked so tirelessly to make our Diversity Initiative a living reality everyday throughout our Company. J. Terrence Lanni Chairman & Chief Executive Officer MGM MIRAGE 2 The people pictured throughout this report are leaders in diversity at MGM MIRAGE, regardless of the position they hold. They are also representative of many others striving to weave the values of diversity into the fiber of our culture. As much as we have accomplished in the three short years since we chose to formalize our Diversity Initiative, we recognize that we are still at the beginning of a far-reaching journey. Diversity — while a timeless, enduring value — is nonetheless an evolutionary process that will require unwavering dedication, continuous innovation and focused work. However long our journey may be, we remain steadfast in our commitment to the pursuit of excellence and diversity as the twin pillars of our Company’s strength and our future. Sincerely, J. Terrence Lanni Chairman & Chief Executive Officer April 20, 2004 MGM MIRAGE Management Committee John T. Redmond (far left) Robert H. Baldwin (second from left) President & Chief Executive Officer President & Chief Executive Officer MGM Grand Resorts, LLC Mirage Resorts, Incorporated James J. Murren (second from right) Gary N. Jacobs (far right) President & Chief Financial Executive Vice President Officer/Treasurer General Counsel & Secretary 3 Leaders Guiding Diversity The Diversity Committee of the MGM MIRAGE Board of Directors guides policy and overall strategic planning for the Diversity Initiative as a business imperative, and oversees diversity implementation in major areas of our Company’s operations. The Honorable Alexis M. Herman, former U.S. Secretary of Labor, serves as Chair of the Diversity Committee. MGM MIRAGE Diversity Committee Alexis M. Herman (immediate left) Chair, Diversity Committee President, Alexis M. Herman, LLC Willie D. Davis (above, far left) President and Director, All-Pro Broadcasting, Inc. Roland Hernandez (above, far right) President, Hernandez Media Ventures Retired Chair and CEO, Telemundo Group, Inc. Daniel M. Wade (above, center left) Vice Chairman, MGM MIRAGE Melvin B. Wolzinger (above, center right) General Partner, W.W. Investment Co. Alexis M. Herman Chair Diversity Committee President, Alexis M. Herman, LLC 4 Leaders Implementing Diversity Punam Mathur Chair, Diversity Council The Diversity Council is a multi-disciplinary team of Company executives responsible for the formulation and implementation of Vice President Corporate Diversity & our yearly Diversity Strategic Plan in major Company operations. The Diversity Council reports to the Diversity Committee of the Community Affairs MGM MIRAGE Board of Directors. MGM MIRAGE Diversity Council Punam Mathur Joseph Federici Phyllis James Christina M. Roth Chair, Diversity Council VP, Corporate SVP & Senior Counsel Dir., Corporate Philanthropy VP, Corporate Diversity Retail-Fashion MGM MIRAGE MGM MIRAGE & Community Affairs MGM MIRAGE Larryl Lamb Maurice Singleton MGM MIRAGE Alan Feldman Dir., Purchasing Dir., Diversity Affairs Irene Bustamante SVP, Public Affairs Bellagio Beau Rivage Dir., Diversity Relations MGM MIRAGE Kenyatta Lewis William R. Smith MGM MIRAGE Susan Fleitz Manager, Supplier Diversity President, Design Group Danny Campbell SVP, Corporate Advertising MGM MIRAGE MGM MIRAGE Asst. VP, Purchasing MGM MIRAGE Shelley Mansholt Mark Stolarczyk MGM Grand & Miriam Hammond VP, Corporate Communications Asst. VP, Corporate Purchasing New York-New York VP, Human Resources MGM MIRAGE MGM MIRAGE Norman Dillard MGM Grand Jenn Michaels Debbie Thomas VP, Food & Beverage Richard Harper VP, Public Relations VP, Human Resources MGM Grand Detroit VP, Hotel Sales MGM MIRAGE The Mirage Robert Elliott MGM Grand Cynthia Kiser Murphey Jovita Thomas-Williams VP, Government Affairs Heather Horwood SVP, Human Resources VP, Human Resources MGM MIRAGE Dir., Diversity Education MGM MIRAGE MGM Grand Detroit om T Evans MGM MIRAGE Juliette Okotie-Eboh Della Wicklund Dir., Corporate Mary Kenneth VP, Community Relations VP, Corporate Retail-Logo Advertising Projects VP, Human Resources MGM Grand Detroit MGM MIRAGE MGM MIRAGE Bellagio 5 “The World Works Here” at MGM MIRAGE The Human Resources Council (HR Council), comprised of the directors and vice presidents of human resources for all MGM MIRAGE operating companies, makes and implements policies and programs aimed at maximizing all aspects Cynthia Kiser Murphey Senior Vice President of the employment experience of our employees — our Company’s greatest asset. Diversity is a primary focus of the Human Resources MGM MIRAGE Human Resources Council. In 2003, the HR Council diversity agenda had three key areas of emphasis — diversity education, professional development, and recruitment. Here are some of our results: Diversity Education Education is the key to instilling diversity as a core value in the MGM MIRAGE culture. To that end, 85 employees completed Diversity Champion training, which expands our internal team to more than 200 employees dedicated and equipped to broadcast our diversity message and serve as agents for positive change More than 4,000 supervisors and managers completed Diversity Management training Customized diversity training geared to the special circumstances of their particular operations was provided to 32 corporate retail buyers, more than 700 employees representing half of our security workforce and 120 purchasing personnel The first stages of our diversity communications campaign was launched for all front-line employees with newsletter features and message posters displayed in prominent employee areas Professional Development Programs Education is the key to preparation of our employees, including minorities and women, for professional growth and potential career advancement. REACH, a groundbreaking collaboration among MGM MIRAGE, Nevada Partners and the Culinary Training Academy, was launched in 2003 as a six-month program designed to equip participating front-line employees with 6 UNITED THROUGH DIVERSITY ™ the skills necessary to compete for the first-level management position of supervisor. 20 employees graduated in our first REACH class, 70% of whom were minorities and 60% of whom were women. 16 employees representing many of our hotel-casinos company-wide (31% minorities; 56% women) completed our comprehensive Management Associate Program (MAP), and 22 supervisors and employees (45% minorities; 55% women) completed the Take Flight Management Development Program at Primm Valley Resorts. Both programs are designed to prepare participants for the rigors of management positions above the level of supervisor. 17 director-level employees (18% minorities; 41% women) completed the MGM Grand and New York-New York Leadership Institute, and 26 director-level employees (19% minorities; 31% women) completed the Mirage Resorts Executive Leadership Program, both of which immerse participating managers in the demands of executive-level leadership and management. Recruitment We recognize that education of the talent pool of qualified minority students today is the key to diverse leadership tomorrow. In 2003, MGM MIRAGE commenced an innovative partnership with the University of Nevada, Las Vegas College of Hotel Administration (LVCHA) whose goal is to attract and graduate greater numbers of qualified minorities to the company. MGM MIRAGE committed $500,000 for the establishment of a Minority Recruitment Fund and an MGM MIRAGE Minority Scholarship Fund at LVCHA. MGM MIRAGE will also participate with LVCHA in its student recruitment efforts, provide summer internships for MGM MIRAGE scholarship recipients, and host LVCHA professors on short-term sabbaticals at Company hotel-casinos for supplementation of their knowledge of current industry practices. Mary Kenneth Vice President Human Resources Bellagio 7 MGM MIRAGE launched a new recruitment campaign entitled “The World Works Here” to showcase the remarkable range of diverse talent in our workforce and to recruit new employees of all profiles to our Company ranks. A college recruitment manager was hired to develop and implement a systematic strategy for MGM MIRAGE recruitment of college and university graduates for hire, and to enhance the appeal of MGM MIRAGE as the “employer of choice.” MGM MIRAGE Human Resources Council Cynthia Kiser Murphey Mary Kenneth Bill Sears Chair, HR Council VP, Human Resources VP, Human Resources SVP, Human Resources Bellagio New York-New York MGM MIRAGE Connie Mackay Debbie Thomas J.C. Campbell VP, Human Resources VP, Human Resources Dir., Human Resources Beau Rivage The Mirage The Mirage Hilary McClain Donna Trusler Miriam Hammond VP, Human Resources VP, Corporate Benefits VP, Human Resources Primm Valley Resorts MGM MIRAGE MGM Grand Las Vegas Punam Mathur Ann Williams Chris Higgins VP, Corporate Diversity VP, Human Resources Dir., Retail & Community Affairs Treasure Island Human Resources MGM MIRAGE MGM MIRAGE Jovita Thomas-Williams Kathleen Regan VP, Human Resources Manager, Human Resources MGM Grand Detroit MGM MIRAGE Marketing Heather Horwood Director Diversity Education MGM MIRAGE 8 UNITED THROUGH DIVERSITY ™ MGM MIRAGE Employee Profile Male 2003 49.54% Female Caucasian Minority Employees Unspecified 2002 49.53% 2003 50.46% 2002 50.47% 2003 47.38% 2003 52.52% 2003 0.11% 2002 48.28% 2002 51.65% 2002 0.07% MGM MIRAGE Workforce by Ethnicity African-American Hispanic Asian-American Native American Other Unspecified 2003 11.81% 2003 25.22% 2003 14.05% 2003 0.60% 2003 0.84% 2003 0.11% 2002 11.89% 2002 24.68% 2002 13.55% 2002 0.71% 2002 0.83% 2002 0.07% MGM MIRAGE Manager & Above Profile Male Female 2003 57.14% 2003 42.86% Caucasian Minority Employees Unspecified 2002 56.86% 2002 43.14% 2003 70.32% 2003 29.60% 2003 0.19% 2002 71.90% 2002 27.99% 2002 0.12% MGM MIRAGE Manager & Above Profile by Ethnicity African-American Hispanic Asian-American Native American Other Unspecified 2003 9.36% 2003 9.40% 2003 9.36% 2003 0.57% 2003 0.92% 2003 0.19% 2002 8.94% 2002 9.02% 2002 8.48% 2002 0.58% 2002 0.96% 2002 0.12% Miriam Hammond Vice President Human Resources MGM Grand 9 Marketing MGM MIRAGE through Advertising, Sales and Public Relations In 2003, our Company further developed a multi-faceted advertising, sales and public relations strategy to establish MGM MIRAGE hotel-casinos as destinations of choice for emerging customer markets from minority, ethnic and Susan Fleitz gay-lesbian travelers across the United States and abroad. These measures are aimed at expanding our knowledge about Senior Vice President the needs and preferences of these customer markets; adapting our Company marketing and advertising to appeal to Corporate Advertising MGM MIRAGE such customers; developing effective sales strategies suited to such customers; and expanding our knowledge and use of multicultural media that serve these customers. Highlights of these activities in each area included: Advertising Revision of our Company’s advertising to feature multicultural clientele and themes Research of the trends and expectations of consumers in emerging multicultural markets A marketing program at the Golden Nugget Las Vegas geared to the Filipino community in Northern and Southern California A marketing campaign at Beau Rivage directed to African-American consumers in the Southeastern U.S. Sales and Marketing Aggressive marketing by the dedicated sales team of MGM Grand Las Vegas hotel and conference facilities to meeting and convention groups in emerging market segments. These efforts resulted in booking almost 9,000 room nights by more than 40 groups, such as the 100 Black Men of America National Convention and the U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Executive Committee. 10 UNITED THROUGH DIVERSITY ™ A groundbreaking collaboration between MGM Grand Las Vegas and the Multicultural Advisory Council (MAC), a voluntary cross-racial/cross-cultural group of association executives and business leaders from a wide spectrum of associations and ethnic media publications in the travel industry, to explore new approaches to meet the demands of multicultural convention and leisure group consumers. This is the first venture of its kind in the gaming industry. Public Relations Targeted 50 regional and national ethnic and multicultural media outlets for dissemination of information about MGM MIRAGE hotel-casinos and our Company’s commitment to diversity Hosted 13 multicultural media outlets for tours of our Las Vegas hotel-casinos Met with 30 multicultural media outlets and journalists across the country Met with numerous multicultural media organizations and interest groups, including the National Association of Black Journalists, National Association of Hispanic Publishers, National Lesbian & Gay Journalists Association, Human Rights Campaign, Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute, National Newspaper Publishers Association and Asian Pacific Institute for Congressional Studies Our expanded public relations network resulted in local and national coverage of MGM MIRAGE in many new media venues, such as Upscale, Smooth, Latino Leaders, Hispanic Meetings and Travel, Black Meetings & Tourism, Passport, El Mundo, Genre, Curve, Latin Business and Hispanic Business magazines, as well as continuing focus on MGM MIRAGE in established media outlets, such as DiversityInc.com, DiversityInc., Profiles in Diversity Journal, Diversity Monitor, Associated Press, Forum, Casino Journal, Las Vegas Asian Journal, Global Gaming Business, International Gaming & Wagering Business, Gaming Today and Las Vegas Sentinel Voice. Alan Feldman Senior Vice President Public Affairs MGM MIRAGE 11 Diversity Mission Statement In order for MGM MIRAGE to be first and best, we accept the accountability to acknowledge and value the contributions of all people. 12 UNITED THROUGH DIVERSITY ™ In order for MGM MIRAGE to be first and best To maximize shareholder value To promote the growth of the company To be the Company of choice for employees and customers We accept the accountability We all have a role to play We are all responsible, no matter what our position, no matter what our title We all commit to do our best to achieve this mission To acknowledge and value the contributions of all people Every employee and every guest adds value to our Company What we have in common binds us together Our uniqueness as individuals is what makes us stronger together, giving us a competitive advantage 13 Expanding Supplier Diversity Our Purchasing Department in 2003 focused on refinement of our internal information systems and processes related to our Company’s usage of goods and services from qualified minority, women, and disadvantaged-owned business enterprises (MBEs, WBEs and DBEs), and expansion of the base of MBEs, WBEs, and DBEs with whom we do business. As a result, MGM MIRAGE’s expenditures with such targeted businesses continued an upward trend. Key purchasing diversity activities included: Adoption of a formal policy requiring that Company buyers include MBEs, WBEs and/or DBEs among candidates for all commodity purchases over $1,000 where possible, and if not possible, explain attempts to include target business enterprises for consideration Improvements of mgmmiragediversity.com, our supplier diversity website for MBE, WBE and DBE on-line registration with MGM MIRAGE, to publish bid solicitations by our Company’s corporate and property purchasing departments Establishment of our Purchasing Diversity Committee of purchasing directors and buyers representing MGM MIRAGE hotel-casinos to collaborate on MBE, WBE and DBE utilization A two-day diversity training program attended by 120 corporate and property purchasing personnel Publication of a new quarterly newsletter, entitled Diversity Dynamics, for the Purchasing Department Participation at 10 trade shows, conferences or conventions of minority organizations throughout the country to identify qualified MBEs, WBEs and DBEs, including the National Minority Supplier Development Council, NAACP, United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce and American Indian Business Trade Show Mark Stolarczyk Assistant Vice President Corporate Purchasing MGM MIRAGE 14 UNITED THROUGH DIVERSITY ™ The amount of money the Company spent with MBEs, WBEs and DBEs continued to rise in 2003. Last year, MGM MIRAGE spent Kenyatta Lewis $766,171,678 for biddable goods, services and commodities; of this total amount, $65,683,864 million representing 8.57% was spent with Supplier Diversity Manager MGM MIRAGE MBEs, WBEs and DBEs. The following are several examples of suppliers that provided products and/or services to MGM MIRAGE in 2003: A-1 Janitorial Services of Las Vegas, NV — President and COO Pam Washington and her employees provide superior cleaning services for several of our hotel-casinos and office facilities. AECsoft of Houston, TX — Chairman and CEO Tom Ren develops web-based software solutions for many industries. In 2003, he was successful in securing the contract for providing MGM MIRAGE with its new e-procurement software platform. The software conversion was seamless and serves as a dynamic tool for our purchasing professionals to source products and services to prospective and existing suppliers in our supplier database. Baéz Design of Las Vegas, NV — Anon Baéz, Owner/Creative Director, and Debra Baéz, Managing Partner, operate this small multi-faceted studio that provides creative services to MGM MIRAGE in graphic design, art direction, and logo and identity programs. In 2003, Baéz Design produced work for several of the Company’s departments including Corporate Diversity, Community Affairs and Corporate Benefits. Silver Lining Amenities of Lake Forest, CA — President Ron Fernandez and his team continue to provide exceptional service to MGM MIRAGE. 2003 marked this company’s second year in supplying high-quality amenities for our guest rooms, including pens and slot buckets. V.R. Norman Custom Made Drapes and Blinds of Gulfport, MS — Vanessa Buckles owns this small business that provides upholstery, blind installation and framing services for our Beau Rivage hotel-casino. As a result of its initial engagement by Beau Rivage and partnership with another small business, this company is now growing and has expanded its goods and services to Beau Rivage and Home Depot. 15 MGM MIRAGE Purchasing Council Mark Stolarczyk Georgina Dean John Meisner Chair, Purchasing Purchasing Contracts Agent Asst. Dir., Purchasing Council & Asst. VP, MGM MIRAGE Bellagio Corporate Purchasing MGM MIRAGE Sanja Doakes Merri Morn Manager, Purchasing Purchasing Contracts Agent Joe Benson MGM Grand Detroit MGM MIRAGE Manager, Purchasing Boardwalk Mike Elliott Frank Scharadin Manager, Purchasing Dir., Purchasing Lisanne Bogle Primm Valley Resorts Primm Valley Resorts Dir., Purchasing The Mirage Alan Halphen Jack Stone Dir., Purchasing Dir., Purchasing Danny Campbell Beau Rivage MGM Grand & Asst. VP, Purchasing New York-New York MGM Grand & Brian Hanlon New York-New York Assst. Dir., Purchasing Lolita Welch MGM Grand & Dir., Purchasing Gary Chung New York-New York MGM Grand Detroit Dir., Corporate Purchasing MGM MIRAGE Larryl Lamb Sandra Wright Dir., Purchasing Buyer, Purchasing Dennis Daniel Bellagio The Mirage Dir., Purchasing TI Kenyatta Lewis Manager, Supplier Diversity Maria Davis MGM MIRAGE Manager, Purchasing Beau Rivage Gary Chung Director Corporate Purchasing MGM MIRAGE 16 UNITED THROUGH DIVERSITY ™ Purchasing Total Spent 2003 $766,171,678 2002 $680,482,001 MBE/WBE/DBE Expended 2003 $65,683,864 2002 $65,040,478 2003 Expenditures by Ethnicity Asian-American African-American 47.3% 30.4% Hispanic 19.0% Native American 3.3% Larryl Lamb Director Purchasing Bellagio 17 Increasing Diversity in Construction Projects In 2003, we achieved greater MBE, WBE and DBE participation in MGM MIRAGE construction projects, due in part William Smith President to our Company’s continuing focus on qualified target businesses and our successful mentoring initiatives. Design Group MGM MIRAGE MGM MIRAGE in 2003 spent a total of $308,603,449 on construction projects, $37,092,612 of which was spent with MBEs, WBEs and/or DBEs. By comparison, in 2002, MGM MIRAGE spent a total of $56,968,283 on construction projects, $12,917,483 of which was spent with MBEs, WBEs and DBEs. The following is a snapshot of several general contractors and subcontractors engaged on MGM MIRAGE construction projects in 2003: Apex Electric of Las Vegas, NV — President Mel Hawkins is an entrepreneur who rose through the electrical union ranks and opened his own company as an electrical subcontractor in 2003. Apex has worked on a variety of projects at MGM MIRAGE hotel-casinos. Bentar, Inc. of Las Vegas, NV — President Chi-Chi Bengochea, after several years in the construction business, has expanded to working as a general contractor on several projects with MGM MIRAGE and other companies in the gaming industry. Casas Electric, Inc. of Las Vegas, NV — President Daniel Casas and his electrical company have worked on several projects at MGM MIRAGE hotel-casinos. Choice Construction, Inc. of Las Vegas, NV — President Choice Hooper’s electrical company has worked on multiple MGM MIRAGE projects. L.S. Brinker of Detroit, MI — This general contractor, headed by CEO Larry Brinker, is a joint venture partner with Perini Construction on MGM Grand Detroit’s planned hotel-casino complex. 18 UNITED THROUGH DIVERSITY ™ Ben Mammina Senior Vice President Construction Giroux Glass Inc. of Las Vegas, NV — CEO and Owner Anne-Merelie Murrell is a WBE subcontractor that provides glass and glazing MGM MIRAGE services and has worked on a room renovation project at Bellagio. Shoning Construction of Las Vegas, NV — Owner Bill Shoning Jr.’s company provides framing and drywall services as a sub- contractor for general contractors at several MGM MIRAGE hotel-casinos. ADT Construction Group, Inc. of Las Vegas, NV — President Ruben Vasquez has grown ADT in large part due to its work on MGM MIRAGE projects. ADT was ranked No. 67 on the 2003 Hispanic Business magazine’s “Fastest-Growing 100” list. TBL Construction of Las Vegas, NV — Owner and President Al Barber was named as second Vice President of the National Association of Minority Contractors. Work on MGM MIRAGE projects continues to give TBL the ability to increase the limit of its contracting license with the Nevada State Contractor’s Board enabling the business to qualify for work on larger construction projects. Construction 2003 Expenditures by Ethnicity Total Expended 2003 $308,603,449 African-American 2002 $56,968,283 25.75% MBE/WBE/DBE Expended Hispanic 65.77% 2003 $37,092,612 2002 $12,917,483 Native American Asian-American 2.95% 1.78% 19 Valuing Diverse Relationships At MGM MIRAGE, we recognize that we must draw upon the strength and support of many organizations and constituencies across the country to enable us to achieve our Diversity Initiative. In order to build our diversity Irene Bustamante expertise, we continually strive to broaden our knowledge of and discourse with new multicultural and other interest Director Diversity Relations groups, while cultivating our relationships with existing partners. MGM MIRAGE As in prior years, in 2003 we attended the national conventions or conferences of many groups, including the League of Latin American Citizens, National Urban League, Organization of Chinese Americans, U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commmerce, and Women’s Business Enterprise Council. Listed below are many of our diversity partners both nationally and in the regions in which our hotel-casinos operate. We are pleased to report that last year the NAACP recognized MGM MIRAGE with its 34th Annual National Convention Exhibitor’s Award, and the NAACP Western Region One honored MGM MIRAGE with its 2003 Annual Corporate Responsibility Award. National Diversity Partners Michigan Diversity Partners Hispanic Association on Corporate Responsibility Association of Chinese Americans International Gay & Lesbian Travel Association Black Women’s Contracting Association Detroit League of Latin American Citizens Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History Multicultural Foodservice & Hospitality Alliance Detroit Association of Black Organizations NAACP Detroit Institute of Arts, Friends of African National Association of Minority Contractors & African American Art National Minority Supplier Development Council Latin American Social Economic Development Council National Society of Minorities in Hospitality Michigan Minority Business Development Council National Urban League NAACP, Detroit Branch Organization of Chinese Americans National Action Network U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce National Conference of Community & Justice Women’s Business Enterprise Council New Detroit, The Coalition SER-Metro-Detroit Jobs for Progress, Inc. Southern Christian Leadership Council United Negro College Fund Women’s Economic Club 20 UNITED THROUGH DIVERSITY ™ Mississippi Diversity Partners Nevada Diversity Partners Biloxi High School Lodging and Hospitality Program Airport Authority of Washoe County Foundation for Education and Economic Development, Inc. American Indian Chamber of Commerce Gulf Coast Community Action Agency Asian Chamber of Commerce Jobs for Mississippi Graduates Latin Chamber of Commerce Mississippi Development Authority McCarran International Airport Mississippi Minority Business Alliance NAACP, Las Vegas Branch NAACP, Biloxi Branch National Association of Minority Contractors The Nourishing Place National Association of Women Business Owners W.H.Y. (Workers Helping Youth) National Society of Minorities in Hospitality UNLV Chapter Nevada Department of Transportation Nevada Minority Business Council Nevada Small Business Development Council Organization of Chinese Americans Las Vegas Chapter Urban Chamber of Commerce Maurice Singleton Director Diversity Affairs Beau Rivage 21 Building Stronger Communities through Philanthropy The MGM MIRAGE Charitable Giving Program, our Company’s primary philanthropic fund, concentrates on support of the communities where our employees live, work and care for their families. We have made diversity an intrinsic element of our three primary funding priorities — childhood development, community development, and education. We aim to make every funding commitment advance diversity through service of the needs of lower socio-economic or minority communities. The following are illustrative examples of worthy recipients of some of our Company’s donations in 2003: Classroom on Wheels, a Las Vegas non-profit organization that provides early childhood education for three and four-year-old children in at-risk neighborhoods Aid for AIDS of Nevada provides services to individuals living with HIV/AIDS A Las Vegas college preparatory high school at which MGM MIRAGE will endow over five years a scholarship fund for economically disadvantaged youth Percentage of MGM MIRAGE Corporate Philanthropic Contributions to Advance Diversity Initiatives 2003 35% 2002 25% Christina M. Roth Director Corporate Philanthropy MGM MIRAGE 22 UNITED THROUGH DIVERSITY ™ Total Funding through the MGM MIRAGE Voice Foundation Supported Diversity Initiatives 2003 56% 2002 40% The Voice Foundation is a 501c(3) philanthropic entity that disburses employee donations to charitable organizations where our employees live, work and care for their families. MGM Grand Guest Room Attendant Joyce Hicks (right) with an Aid for AIDS of Nevada client 23 We Invite You to Experience MGM MIRAGE! MGM MIRAGE is one of the world’s leading and most respected hotel and gaming companies. It owns and operates 11 casino resorts located in Nevada, Mississippi, and Michigan, and has investments in two other casino resorts in Nevada and New Jersey. The Company is headquartered in Las Vegas, Nevada, and offers an unmatched collection of casino resorts with a limitless range of choices for guests. Superior guest satisfaction is paramount, and MGM MIRAGE has approximately 40,000 employees committed to that result. BELLAGIO BEAU RIVAGE Las Vegas, NV Biloxi, MS 702 693-7444 888 987-6667 228 386-7444 800 567-6667 bellagiolasvegas.com beaurivage.com MGM GRAND MGM GRAND DETROIT Las Vegas, NV Detroit, MI 702 891-7777 800 929-1111 877 888-2121 mgmgrand.com detroit.mgmgrand.com THE MIRAGE PRIMM VALLEY RESORTS Las Vegas, NV Primm, NV 702 791-7111 800 627-6667 Buffalo Bill’s themirage.com Primm Valley Whiskey Pete’s NEW YORK-NEW YORK 702 386-7867 800 386-7867 Las Vegas, NV primmvalleyresorts.com 702 740-6900 800 693-6763 nynyhotelcasino.com BOARDWALK Las Vegas, NV TREASURE ISLAND 702 730-3100 866 595-3097 Las Vegas, NV boardwalklv.com 702 894-7444 800 944-7444 treasureisland.com 24 UNITED THROUGH DIVERSITY ™ For more information regarding our Diversity Initiative: MGM MIRAGE Corporate Diversity & Community Affairs 3260 Industrial Road, Las Vegas, NV 89109 702 650-7400 ■ mgmmiragediversity.com This Diversity Report was produced by the following minority business enterprises: Design & Production: Baéz Design, Las Vegas, NV ■ Printing: Haig’s Quality Printing, Las Vegas, NV mgmmiragediversity.com
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