Dozens of Las Vegas conventions have changed plans due to the pandemic. Nightclub and Bar Show has canceled the October dates and rescheduled to June 2021.
Global Gaming Expo is canceling its 2020 Las Vegas show.
The historic hotel will use an experienced new sales executive at the helm, and a partnership with a global group sales organization in place to grow the business.
After dozens of Las Vegas trade shows and conventions had to be postponed or canceled because of COVID-19, organizers have started offering virtual events in their place.
Steve Hill, president and CEO of the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority, told his board of directors that the cost of the West Hall expansion will go up by probably less than 1 percent.
The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority on Tuesday approved a multimillion-dollar, one-year contract with a possible six-month extension for R&R Partners to continue as the organization’s advertising consultant.
Clark County’s more than 200 licenced operators celebrated reopening properties Thursday, but the bigger question is whether they’ll be able to build on that success.
Elon Musk’s untested transportation model is being eyed to extend from the convention center to serve Wynn Resorts’ Encore property and Resorts World on the north end of the Strip.
LVCVA’s grim statistics reflect mandatory coronavirus closures, but June tourism shows early signs of promise.
The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority is expecting half the room-tax revenue it received this fiscal year, leading to numerous cuts in the $206.6 million plan.
The controversial Elon Musk transit system at the Las Vegas Convention Center hit another milestone Thursday when a tunneling drill emerged at the west end of the line.
While most of the LVCVA board’s Tuesday meeting focused on budget cuts, two projects remain full speed ahead.
Resorts wish they could have more visitors like Cincinnati resident Tony Iori, who hopes Las Vegas will be like it has been so that he can travel here as often as he has.