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Casino Mogul Steve Wynn Distributes Vegan Documentary To Staff Members

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Earlier this summer, Ecorazzi reported that famous casino owner Steve Wynn is rumored to have recently gone vegan. Whether or not the mogul gave up meat and dairy, we do know for a fact that he made it mandatory for all restaurants in his casinos to offer vegan selections. Now, more rumors have surfaced that Wynn has been passing out a must-watch vegan video to his entire staff.

According to LVRJ.com: “He [Wynn] had an 88-minute DVD distributed to all of his employees at Wynn Las Vegas and Encore. In addition to English, the DVDs were in Spanish, French, German and English for the deaf.”

Apparently, the DVD came with a note from Steve himself, saying, “To all of our friends and family, this video presentation offers each of us a chance to extend our life and to avoid the misery of the most common causes of death in our country. We need only to spend a few minutes of the day to experience the message, which is so powerfully presented.”

Wow! Steve Wynn is the coolest! Does anyone have the inside scoop about which video he distributed? Leave a comment and let us know!

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