For some downtown Las Vegas casino operators, Thursday won’t come soon enough.
Tourists from across the United States are planning their return to Sin City.
Experts say the transparency is just another way companies can reassure guests and employees that their facilities are safe enough to return to. But, ultimately, only the number of people who end up inside the reopened resorts will show whether that reassurance is enough.
Be it a trickle of interest or downpour of support, how tourists and locals respond to casinos opening will determine the town’s bottom line.
Signs of casino reopenings started to appear Wednesday on the Las Vegas Strip as MGM Resorts International and other companies prepared to begin operations again.
Derek Stevens, co-owner of the D Las Vegas and Golden Gate, gave away 2,000 one-way flights to Las Vegas from 24 U.S. cities.
The state Gaming Control Board conducted a workshop meeting Tuesday to present further details about the target reopening date of Nevada casinos on June 4.
Airlines and airports are taking steps to convince the traveling public that flying is no more dangerous than going to the grocery store.
Gov. Steve Sisolak plans a Tuesday news conference to announce Phase 2 of Nevada’s reopening, which may include casinos reopening on June 4.
Despite releasing health and safety policies to put workers and guests at ease, Las Vegas casino operators aren’t leaning toward banning smoking in casinos.