by Richard Velotta, Las Vegas Review-Journal, January 27, 2022 Las Vegas visitation improved in 2021, but was still short of the pre-pandemic numbers of 2019, the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors … [Read more...] about Las Vegas visitation better in 2021, but not to prepandemic levels
The first-ever Las Vegas Super Bowl at Allegiant Stadium is more than two years away, but organizers already have started planning what could be the largest single-event economic boom in the city’s … [Read more...] about Funding drive for Las Vegas’ first Super Bowl kicks off this week
By Richard N. Velotta Las Vegas Review-Journal December 10, 2021 The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority board of directors will be asked to lock in a new Professional Bull Riders event in … [Read more...] about LVCVA to consider sponsorship agreement for new bull-riding event
By Mick Akers Las Vegas Review-Journal October 22, 2021 Work on the highly-anticipated Vegas Loop underground transportation system likely will begin within a year now that Clark County has … [Read more...] about LVCVA president: Work on underground Vegas Loop could begin within year
By Richard N. Velotta Las Vegas Review-Journal October 16, 2021 - 12:19 pm Nearly every Friday and Sunday, a vast stretch of Interstate 15 south of Las Vegas seems to turn into the largest linear … [Read more...] about Will tourism leaders, lawmakers finally fix California’s I-15 bottlenecks?