‘Do not disturb’ signs get another look after Las Vegas shooting

Disney isn’t alone in reevaluating its Do Not Disturb policies following the mass shooting. The Orleans Hotel and Casino on the Strip changed its policy on the Do Not Disturb signs and will now check on guests if they have the signs up for two consecutive days. Wynn Resorts Chief Marketing Officer Michael Weaver said in a statement to the Review-Journal in October that Wynn Resorts implemented a 12-hour policy “shortly after the recent tragedy.” Steve Wynn, chairman and CEO of Wynn Resorts Ltd., described the policy to Fox News in October, as “a room goes on ‘Do Not Disturb’ for more than 12 hours, we investigate.”