Icon Entertainment Launches Information Portal, Food Service For Employees

Pictured (L-R): House of Cards Operating Partner Blake Miller & Icon Entertainment’s Director of Culinary Operations Chef Gannon Leary

Icon Entertainment, the parent company of the House of Cards, Johnny Cash’s Kitchen & Saloon, the Johnny Cash Museum, Nudie’s Honky Tonk, the Patsy Cline Museum, Skull’s Rainbow Room and the forthcoming Sinatra Bar and Lounge, has launched an employee portal to connect with their staff and bands during the coronavirus pandemic. Among the many services they are providing through the portal is a complimentary meal service for its over 300 employees to ensure food security for their entire team.

“There is a long tradition of showing love and comfort to friends and family alike through sharing a warm and delicious meal with them,” says Icon Entertainment Founder & CEO Bill Miller. “While we can’t all gather at the family table right now, we will provide great hot meals to our entire Icon company staff and our bands. Acclaimed Executive Chefs and managers from our restaurants are in the kitchen personally preparing meals themselves. They stepped up beyond the call of duty. They are there because they care. I could say I’m surprised, but the opposite is true. Icon is a true family and it’s one for all and all for one.”

Icon Entertainment has established this online portal for all its employees to utilize to communicate with each other and with staff at all levels. A variety of resources are made available and updated numerous times daily.

“The portal is a crucial tool for every one of our 300 employees,” says Miller. “We update, support and communicate constantly so that no one feels disconnected or alone. Our HR department has taken no time off and directly assisted every employee to file for unemployment including handling the actual filing for everyone affected. In times like these, people want to know someone cares about them. We are blessed to have the best employees in the world at all levels.”

The Icon Entertainment establishments are currently closed to help mitigate the transmission of COVID-19, but gift cards, tickets and merchandise to their attractions and restaurants can still be purchased online.

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