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Terry Greenwald

Born and raised in Brooklyn, New York, Terry became a resident of Las Vegas, NV in 1970.  He joined the Bartenders Union Local 165 in 1972 as an Apprentice Bartender at the Sands Hotel, where he was eventually promoted to Bartender.  He then opened the original MGM Grand (now Bally’s) in 1973, but returned to the Sands Hotel in 1975 and remained there until it closed in June 1996.  He later moved to New York New York Hotel & Casino upon its opening in January 1997 and remained there tending bar through 2005.

He was an active union member, serving as Shop Steward throughout most of his career at the Sands Hotel.  Terry became a member of the Bartenders Local 165 Executive Board in 1994, was elected as President in 1999, and in 2002 became Secretary-Treasurer/CEO, where he is currently serving in the same capacity.  He is also Co-Chairman of the Bartenders & Culinary Pension Fund; Co-Chairman of the Culinary Academy of Las Vegas Board of Trustees; General Executive Board of Unite Here; Trustee of the UniteHere Health&Welfare Fund; and Chairman of  the Las Vegas Tip Earners Defense Fund, which are all Taft-Hartley Funds.

He is an avid marathon runner, having completed more than 35 full marathons in his running career.


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