Las Vegas in Getting More Expensive
Las Vegas is always changing, and coming out of the pandemic it seems no city bounced back stronger. It’s no longer just a destination to do some gambling, see a show, and grab a cheap steak dinner. It’s so much more, and you’re probably going to pay for that. Sin City is now a prime location for top-notch entertainment. It has become a place for artists in residency, fine dining, and major league sports. And executives at some of the biggest gambling companies are taking notice, and possibly seizing on the opportunity. Tom Reeg, CEO of Caesars Entertainment, recently commented…
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