Wynn LV Announces the Appointment of Alex Cordova

Las VegasWynn Las Vegas has announced the appointment of nightlife veteran Alex Cordova as Executive Vice President and Managing Partner, Nightlife.

In his role, Cordova will assume direct responsibility for overseeing operations of the resort's current nightlife and daylife venues Surrender and XS nightclubs and Encore Beach Club, with initial extensive focus on Intrigue, the newest concept in nightlife opening April 28, 2016.

"Alex is a smart and savvy nightlife executive with a true passion for the business," said Wynn Las Vegas Chief Operating Officer Sean Christie. "He is a natural leader and will be a big asset in directing the continued success of our current nightlife offerings and overseeing Intrigue's opening."

"To work with Steve Wynn, a true visionary, Maurice Wooden (President), Sean Christie (COO) and the resort's entire nightlife team is an opportunity of a lifetime," said Cordova. "I look forward to building on the successes of Wynn's nightlife and daylife venues. I especially look forward to the opening of Intrigue, which is sure to pave the way for the next generation of nightlife on the Strip."

With 18 years of experience as a nightlife leader, Cordova comes to Wynn Las Vegas from the Hakkasan Group where, as Executive Vice President of Marketing, he oversaw messaging for its worldwide portfolio of nightlife and daylife venues including Hakkasan Las Vegas and Wet Republic Ultra Pool at MGM Grand and Omnia Nightclub at Caesars Palace, among others. After moving to Las Vegas from New York City in July 2003, Cordova was hired by MGM Resorts International and Caesars Entertainment to handle marketing projects for several venues which led to heading the marketing and promotions team for Pure Management Group beginning in 2004. In August 2008, Cordova made the move to Angel Management Group overseeing marketing initiatives for its nightlife and daylife venues until the company's acquisition by Hakkasan Group in February 2014.


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