The UNLV football team has gotten a taste of what life could be like once they’re playing in the new Las Vegas stadium.
The Raiders have worn loose-fitting clothes over the subject of their Las Vegas relocation for months, careful not to flaunt their progress and further distress the Bay Area market in which they reside.
The rapid emergence of pro sports in Southern Nevada ramps up our civic pride, but also unleashes a new set of issues and the LVCVA will soon find itself right in the middle of them.
The NFL team in a most elegant and respectful manner on Monday fused the most tragic of moments in the town’s history with what is one of its most celebrated and significant.
Raiders president Marc Badain played a paramount role in bringing the NFL franchise to Las Vegas. But Badain’s work is nowhere near done. He’s already on to his next project.
The Kats! Bureau at this writing is a tent just west of the Strip, near Russell Road, with Delano and Mandalay Bay gleaming in the background. This is the current site for, and future home of, the Las Vegas Raiders.
The Oakland Raiders’ philosophical Commitment to Excellence has become a Commitment to Las Vegas.
With the Raiders about to start building their new stadium in Las Vegas, a project that big seems destined to spark some spillover deals.
Oakland Raiders President Marc Badain is protecting what’s going to happen at Monday’s Las Vegas stadium groundbreaking event like it’s the playbook for the team’s game next week against the New England Patriots.
Las Vegas could host the National Football draft selection event as soon as 2019 and a Super Bowl by 2024 or 2025, the president of the Oakland Raiders told the Las Vegas Stadium Authority on Thursday.