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US – Gary Platt supplies 15,000 chairs to Caesars

By - 17 September 2021

Gary Platt Manufacturing has supplied nearly 15,000 stackable, banquet-style chairs to Caesars Entertainment. The chairs are exclusively from Gary Platt’s Sierra Nevada Hospitality line and now grace the floor of the new Caesars Forum event space.

In addition to its extensive line of hand-crafted casino seating, Gary Platt also represents the diverse portfolio of seating solutions from Sierra Nevada Hospitality. The Sierra Nevada Hospitality line features more than 100 different chairs for a wide variety of needs across the operation, including bars, restaurants, and banquet/convention spaces.

Caesars Entertainment selected the Sierra Nevada Hospitality, Forum model because of its unsurpassed quality and flexibility in customization. Gary Platt worked closely with Caesars to customize the chair and further enhance the convention areas’ look and feel.

“When a property designs a space, each detail is carefully considered, every inch is given thought, to create the ultimate experience for the guest. We work the same way. Whether it’s our world-famous casino seating solutions or our new hospitality division, our attention to detail is unsurpassed. That results in seating solutions that perfectly complement the designers’ vision for the space,” said Gary Platt CCO Joshua Corrick.

The Forum chair, and all banquet-style chairs in Sierra Nevada Hospitality’s expansive portfolio, are designed for heavy and flexible use that a banquet/convention space demand. This means, they are stackable, portable, durable, and comfortable.

Beyond function, chairs from Sierra Nevada Hospitality are highly customizable, from seat to back shape, leg design and color, fabrication and materials. Sierra Nevada Hospitality has more than 100 different banquet, convention, bar and restaurant seat designs available.

“The options for customization in the Sierra Nevada Hospitality line are virtually limitless, and truly unleash the imagination of any designer,” Corrick said.

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