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  • Today, Las Vegas is known as the “entertainment capital of the world” thanks to its impressive roster of world-class shows, spas, resorts, dining, golf, shopping and much more.

  • If traveling by air, visitors will arrive at Las Vegas’ McCarran International Airport. Several shuttle-bus services operate from airport, while taxis are also readily available. Bus service is available between Las Vegas and major centers like Phoenix, Los Angeles, San Diego and San Francisco.

  • With myriad options for dining, shows, hotels, golf, spas and shopping - there has never been a better time to sell sell sell Las Vegas to your clients!

  • It's best to not bring personal electronic items into the casino and visitors cannot use a cell phone while seated at a casino game. In Vegas, 15 to 20 percent of the total bill is a good rule of thumb for tipping.

  • Las Vegas is a compact city with many attractions available in the central area around the Strip and downtown. Transportation options are numerous and varied, from renting a vintage Cadillac Eldorado or new Corvette, to hopping on a city bus, taking a cab or riding the Las Vegas Monorail, one of the most modern transportation systems in the world.

  • Southern Nevada has also gained a reputation as a prime place for special events beyond the requisite boxing title fight. Visitors can sit ringside at National Finals Rodeo, get close to the stars at the Billboard Music Awards or enjoy the action at a multitude of collegiate and professional athletic events.
  • Long pants, a sweater and/ or a jacket are recommended if visiting between late October and early April. During spring and summer months, t-shirts, shorts and athletic shoes are a common sight in the hotels and casinos.
  • In 2006, expect to see more unofficial state “birds” perched along the Strip as a result of the $28 billion in resort construction projects currently in the planning stages or under way.
  • This unprecedented amount of development is complemented by record-breaking visitation numbers. In 2004, the destination hosted 37.4 million visitors, breaking the previous record of 35.8 million from 2000. Last year’s visitation exceeded that record as well with more than 38 million.
  • More than 80 percent of Las Vegas’ visitors are repeat visitors.

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