Oral history interview with Stanley Mallin conducted by David G. Schwartz on January 29, 2008 for the Remembering Jay Sarno Oral History Project. In this interview, Mallin discusses his personal history and meeting Jay Sarno in 1940 at the University of Missouri. He describes moving to Atlanta, Georgia with Sarno in the late 1940s to start a tile business. He then talks about their other business building apartment complexes in Atlanta and eventually building the motel Atlanta Cabana in 1958. Later, Mallin discusses selling their business and opening Circus Circus Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada and describes the success it had during its first months of operation. Mallin then talks about eventually selling Circus Circus Hotel and Casino to William Bennett and William Pennington. Lastly, Mallin recalls opening Caesars Palace and his last business ventures with Sarno.
L-R: Stan Mallin (Jay Sarno's business associate), Herman Sarno (Jay Sarno's brother), Jay Sarno, and and unidentified man at the opening of Circus Circus, Las Vegas, Nevada. Site Name: Circus Circus (Las Vegas, Nev.)