Stations Casinos’ Scent Pacific Breeze – Fresh seaside air with top notes of Fresh Air Accord, Crisp Calone, Sicilian Bergamot; mid notes of Hedione, Sea Lily, Sheer Cassis; and base notes of Ocean Musk, Driftwood, Clear Musk.
On July 28, 2009, Station Casinos filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy. Station Casinos' filing listed $5.7 billion in assets against $6.5 billion in debt. The filing said the company had 510 holders of unsecured and subordinate debt totaling $4.4 billion.
Station Casinos exited bankruptcy on June 17, 2011, with $4 billion less in debt and with creditors putting the company's 18 casinos back in the hands of the Fertitta family and their partners. The Fertitta brothers agreed to put nearly $200 million in the reassembled company and now own 45 percent of its shares. The other new equity owners include the company's main lenders, Deutsche Bank AG, which holds 25 percent; JPMorgan Chase with a 15 percent stake; and former bondholders with an additional 15 percent, according to lawyers on the deal.
Station Casinos announced on October 13, 2015, that it would return to the stock market with an initial public offering. On April 26, 2016, Red Rock Resorts, Inc., a new holding company owning a portion of Station Casinos, went public on the NASDAQ Stock Exchange.
On May 10, 2016, Station Casinos agreed to purchase the Palms Casino Resort for $313 million.