American Language Services Preferred Vendor in Las Vegas

Over the last fifty years, Las Vegas has become one of the world’s brightest and most desirable vacation destinations. Families, tourists, and businesses have come to this oasis in the Nevada desert seeking good times and good fortunes at one its hundreds of hotels and casinos. But American Language Services sees a different kind of fortune in Vegas. With millions of visitors rushing through the city every day, the company has become the destination for interpreters and equipment on the Strip.

AML-Global has become the preferred vendor for translation and interpretation services in Las Vegas. For the last ten years, the company has served every grouping and nearly every independent resort in the city with conference interpretation, social events, and document translation. In the first few months of 2013, AML-Global has already provided interpreters and equipment to conferences at Caesars, the Bellagio, the Venetian, and the Orleans Hotel.

The biggest of these conferences occurred in January for Destinations by Design. The agency required highly-qualified Japanese and Mandarin interpreters for over 280 attendees of their conferences in the Cosmopolitan and the Aria resorts. Under tight time and logistical constraints, AML-Global was able to provide stellar interpretation services to everyone involved over the course of this long weekend. Destinations by Design was so pleased with the service that they also requested Spanish interpretation and equipment for a smaller conference at the Venetian just one month later.
In the summer, American Language Services will also be providing conference interpreting to companies like Beachbody and the World Financial Corporation. Every week, AML-Global finds itself providing interpretation and document translation to the likes of the MGM Grand, Caesars Palace, and the Hard Rock Caf’. With some much growth in one city, the company expects their good fortune in Las Vegas to continue throughout the coming years.


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