It’s clear that members of the board of the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority love baseball because some of them were willing to risk the board’s reputation as the marketers-in-chief of Las Vegas to spend $80 million on a naming rights deal many say is a preposterous.
New Year’s Eve may still be more than two months away, but hotels have in large part finished their planning.
An air of confidence appeared to prevail on Friday among airline passengers headed to Las Vegas this weekend, all showing respect but undeterred by the violence during the Route 91 Harvest Festival on Oct. 1.
Security for trade shows of all sizes is up for review following the Las Vegas Strip shooting.
The chairman and CEO of MGM Resorts International on Thursday welcomed about 80 wounded warriors and their families to The Mirage for a long weekend of relaxation and entertainment for the 2017 Salute to the Troops.
Las Vegas wedding chapel owners and marriage officiants say they have seen surprisingly few cancellations in the aftermath of last week’s massacre, but some are cautious as the big booking season approaches.
Here is the timeline of events for the LVCVA following the Oct. 1 Las Vegas shooting.
The first action taken by the city’s destination marketing organization set a course designed to provide the right message to the right people at the right time after the Oct. 1 Las Vegas shootings.
When Southwest Airlines begins selling tickets for flights to Hawaii next year, there’s no indication any of its routes would include nonstop trips to and from McCarran International Airport.