Macau junket promoter Meg-Star International has launched its new brand image, Meg-Star Group, which the company says reflects its increasingly diversified range of services.
The new branding was introduced at a special charity night and reunion gala dinner at Sheraton Grand Macao Hotel, Cotai Central on Monday night, where more than 3,000 guests were on hand to witness Meg-Star’s latest achievement.
In an announcement, Meg-Star Group said that it “has expanded its business to overseas markets, to cover high-end travel and VIP entertainment service, real estates, aircraft leasing, premium retail, IT, cultural art, food and beverages, red wine distribution and more.”
“Meg-Star Group will continue leveraging its resources to the premium market and will strive to demonstrate a corporate model in the community,” it continued.
The company celebrated by donating HK$1 million to five Macau charity associations – Tung Sin Tong, Charity Fund from the Readers of Macau Daily News, Macao Holy House of Mercy, Macao Heritage Ambassadors Association and Associação de Idosos, Deficientes Intelectuais e Seus Familiares.