• Possible Opportunity for local small businesses, craftspeople, and artists with Wynn Boston Harbor

    by  • December 26, 2016 • Events, News

    (via Jill Lacy Griffin, Director of Workforce, Supplier, and Diversity Development, Massachusetts Gaming Commission)

    Wynn Boston Harbor to the Creative Community:

    “Our interior design and purchasing teams encourage artists to attend the January event if interested in working with us.  They should bring portfolios and be able to talk with the purchasing team about their production, framing, and pricing structures.”


    Thu, January 12, 2017
    9:00 AM – 12:00 PM EST


    Anthony’s of Malden
    105 Canal Street
    Malden, MA 02148

    Register here by January 6, 2017


    Wynn Boston Harbor is seeking local and minority-, woman-, and veteran-owned businesses for over $90 million in Furniture, Fixtures and Equipment (FF&E) purchases for the new Wynn Boston Harbor Resort in Everett.

    Wynn is committed to the local business community, in particular businesses located in our Host Community of Everett and Surrounding Communities of Malden, Medford, Boston, Chelsea, Cambridge, and Somerville.

    We invite you to learn more about these opportunities and meet with the Wynn FF&E purchasing team. Please note that Wynn typically works with vendors that directly manufacture or fabricate products, rather than brokers or distributors. This focus of this event is FF&E purchasing, NOT operational purchasing. Purchasing for resort operations, including food and beverage products, paper products, promotional products, perishable and replenishable products, will be the subject of a future event. Please see a detailed list of FF&E purchasing areas below.

    Program for the event will be as follows:

    8:30 AM – 9:00 AM Check-in

    9:00 AM Welcome

    9:15 AM Presentation covering Wynn purchasing standards, timelines, volumes

    10:00 AM – 12:00 PM 1-on-1 vendor meetings with Wynn purchasing team (vendors will be notified in advance of time slots)

    All vendors must be registered as a non-gaming vendor with the Massachusetts Gaming Commission prior to executing a purchasing agreement with Wynn. We encourage interested vendors to begin this process by visiting www.massgaming.com. (Emphasis ours)



    • Furniture

    • Decorative Hardware for Furniture (Knobs, Pulls)

    • Seating

    • Mattresses

    • Casegoods (Tables, Consoles, Nightstands, Etc.)

    • Millwork such as slot machine bases

    • Office Systems, Desks, Chairs, Conference Tables, Filing Cabinets, Compactus Systems (NOT office equipment such as copy machines, etc.)

    • Furniture refinishing, reupholstery and repair/touch up services

    2. STONE & GLASS

    • Stone / Marble for Furniture Tops

    • Glass for Furniture Tops


    • Fabric including vinyl and leather

    • Fabric Treatment and Backing

    • Carpet

    • Wallcover


    • Hardwire Light Fixtures including sconces, chandeliers, pendants

    • Portable Light Fixtures including desk lamps, table lamps, floor lamps

    • Special Equipment including salon and spa equipment, fitness equipment, some electronics

    • Drapery Motors/Hardware/Fabrication and Installation

    • Décor Canopies, awnings


    • Amenity / Accessories such as tissue holders, wastebaskets, trays, soap dispensers

    • Art, Mirrors and Accessories

    • Art Features

    • Planters


    • Art installation

    • Furniture Installation

    • Shipping, Logistics

    • Warehousing


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    The goal of the Massachusetts Artists Leaders Coalition (MALC) is to ensure that Massachusetts artists of all disciplines have a voice in public dialogs, decisions, and key public policy initiatives that impact the artists community and the creative economy. MALC works to ensure that artists have a permanent place at the policy making table.