Las Vegas Sands executive VP takes on president of global operations position


LAS VEGAS, NV – Las Vegas Sands Corp. formally announced today that Bradley H. Stone, who has served as the company’s executive vice president since 1995, has additionally been named to the newly-created position of president of global operations and construction. The company said the new title recognizes both his on-going contributions to the company and his overall role in the development and operation of the company’s integrated resort properties in the US and Asia.

“For more than 13 years Brad has played an integral role in helping us grow from a start-up company into a truly global organization. We recognize Brad for his accomplishments and will continue to rely on his unique talents as we execute our operating plans through today’s uncertain economic environment and as we prepare to open our newest developments in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, and Singapore,” said Las Vegas Sands Corp. chairman and chief executive officer Sheldon G. Adelson.

As president of global operations and construction, Mr. Stone will continue to oversee the design, construction, and overall operations of the company’s integrated resort properties in the US and Asia.

Mr. Stone is a graduate of the prestigious Hotel School at Cornell University and began his career as a trainee at New York City’s famed Plaza Hotel. He has held management positions at Marriott’s Essex House in New York and at Caesars Hotel Casino in Atlantic City where he served as general manager.

In 1981 he joined the Sands Hotel Casino in Atlantic City as director of operations. Mr. Stone earned a series of promotions, first to vice president of hotel and casino operations, then to executive vice president, and finally to president and COO – where he became, at the age of 29, one of the youngest casino presidents in gaming history. He also served as executive vice president of its parent company, Pratt Hotel Corporation.