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MGM Resorts Names Clorox its Official Guest Disinfectant

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Clorox is cleaning up after being named the Official Guest Disinfectant and Hand Sanitizer Brand of MGM Resorts.

And a pair of aquarium fishers who stranded a diver at sea were fined over a quarter-million dollars.

Those are some of today’s travel headlines I thought you, too, may find interesting.

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MGM Resorts Signs Deal with Clorox

The Las Vegas Review-Journal has the dirt on a pact made between MGM Resorts and Clorox:

The cleaning product manufacturer has been dubbed the “Official Guest Disinfectant and Hand Sanitizer Brand of MGM Resorts,” according to a Tuesday news release. The Oakland-based company will be the exclusive provider of disinfectant wipes and hand sanitizer for guest use at more than 20 MGM properties in Las Vegas and across the U.S. The products will be available in hotels, restaurants, casino floors and other spaces.

Fishing Operation Catches a Big Fine

An aquarium fishing company in Hawaii is on the hook for $272,000 “in civil fines for multiple violations of Hawai‘i Administrative Rules (HAR) related to an illegal aquarium fishing incident in Kona in 2020.”

What was said fishing incident? Well, the boat’s operator apparently stranded a couple of divers at sea.

Whoops.

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