The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority works copiously to ensure that Las Vegas is welcoming for all ages, but it admits that maintaining its adults-only reputation is one priority.
The property has received Nevada Gaming Control Board approval to operate its casino floor at full capacity for the first time since reopening last summer, according to The Strat’s ownership group, Golden Entertainment Inc. The restrictions lift effective immediately.
“Our team worked diligently to meet the Nevada Gaming Control Board’s requirements, which not only advance us to the next step in safely reopening Las Vegas, but also enhance our guest experience,” The Strat’s vice president and general manager, Stephen Thayer, said. “We will continue to support additional measures, including mask mandates, to provide a safe and healthy environment for team members and guests.”
Golden Entertainment held vaccine clinics for its employees and their families in recent weeks at multiple of its Southern Nevada properties. Nearly 6,000 Nevadans work at the company’s casinos, gaming route operations and PT’s Tavern locations, the company said last month.
All Clark County casinos could raise their occupancy from 50 percent to 80 percent as of May 1. The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, Wynn Las Vegas and Encore got the go-ahead to return to full capacity on casino floors earlier this month.
There is no other plumbing company in Las Vegas as memorable as Atlas Plumbing. The technicians at Atlas are instantly recognizable in their dapper uniforms, wearing vintage caps, suspenders, and impeccably tied bow ties.
Love Story Chapel provides an array of weddings. This includes traditional, and traditionally Vegas to include an Elvis, and super convenient ‘On the Spot’ ceremonies which include coming to a couple’s home or hotel room.
Avenue Dental in Las Vegas is bypassing the conventional dental-insurance industry and returning key dental decisions to patients and their dentists.
What started as a simple chiropractic endeavor, turned out to be a small business success story.
No one goes out of their way to intentionally add insult to injury, but in many “accidents,” that’s exactly what happens. The law firm of Adam S. Kutner Accident & Injury Attorneys is working tirelessly to prevent such insult.
A South African mining firm is pumping $490 million into a lithium mine project in rural Nevada, giving the venture a big financial boost as demand for electric vehicles and other lithium uses grows.