Based on the newest numbers in a Review-Journal/8NewsNow survey, Nevadans don’t enjoy high hopes for improvements in the state’s commercial climate. Just 12 percent of respondents said they expect Nevada’s economy to begin its recovery within the next year. Another third predict improvements to emerge sometime in the next two years. That leaves nearly half the state — 48 percent — believing it’ll take up to three years or beyond for the Silver State’s economy to perk back up.
Some of the largest conventions scheduled for the Las Vegas area:
COMMAND PERFORMANCE: The Smith Center for the Performing Arts, a $470 million music and performance complex scheduled to open in late 2012, was designed for maximum artist performance and audience pleasure.
With the bankruptcy reorganizations of Station Casinos and Herbst Gaming winding down, analysts and industry observers have turned their focus toward other casino operators.