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    We had to get a quick breakfast so we ate McDonald's and headed on our way. It was long and tiring, but we made it there around 6:00 pm. We checked out the sites and stayed at the Treasure Island which was 49$ a night. Day 4: We had a great time in Vegas because when we hit the slots and we won 2,000 dollars that night. Next place was off to Salt Lake City Utah which is 420 miles exactly. For lunch we stopped off at Subway which costed us about 10 bucks. We reached there at 4:00pm and visited the lakes plus some family and friends. We stayed at our friend's house for the night and had a chicken dinner with them. Day 5: We woke at 6:00am and hit the road right away after we fueled up the car. I took I-15 N freeway, it took about 6 hours. There was a lot of traffic so it took a little longer than planned. After we got to Salt Lake city, we went to get some food because we were starving. Then we drove around the city for a while; it was a very beautiful place. At the end of the day, to save…

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    Why New York and Las Vegas become more popular in the past 20 years ago with a high population density and living standards. People who live in this two cities have same traditional cultures and they come from different states of United States of America. Although if New York City have an income from gambling, Will New York be more successful. There are several ways to earn money in New York City. Most of the people in New York City is a business man or women because New York City have many of…

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    Families have died at concerts because people have brought guns and started shooting out of nowhere. In Las Vegas a couple of days ago there was a shooting. Someone who was a gambler shot at the concert that was going on. He shot while he was in his room he had a good angle to shoot everyone. He would only shoot the people who would run and hide. Later that night after killing 50 or more people he later on killed himself. Everyone who was running was actually running towards the killer no one…

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    This town was settled due to the big mining industry boom of the 1800s, and Major William M. Ormsby was determined to create a town where he saw potential to thrive (Encyclopedia, 2017). Ormbsy spent a lot of his own money to ensure this area would survive and named this town after the famous Mountaineer, Kit Carson. After Nevada gained its Statehood, Carson City became the capital and where the celebrations of Nevada Day would be held. There are smaller parades in cities such as Las Vegas,…

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    Revenue Management at Harrah’s Entertainment Kaz/Colin – Thoughts/Bullet points on - Is Harrah’s current method for managing room inventory adequate? The Harrah’s current pricing method is well designed to maximize their revenue based on the games as their core offering. It, however, has areas of improvement in terms of room inventory management mostly for the following reasons, and it is increasingly important to address the issues as their business diversifies after the recent mergers. • The…

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    A trip to las vegas It was a Saturday morning and me and my sisters were going to Las Vegas!!!!! I was so excited. We had our stuff ready and we were already ready. My purse that i was going to take broke ,so i had to go and find another one to take to my trip .After that we was just waiting for my mom to come so we can tell her that were leaving. She was taking forever , we were about to lose our plane. Minutes passed and she finally came she gave us some money she had saved for us to spend…

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    A business trip took us to The MGM Grand in Las Vegas. It was a fantastic Travel Meeting and let’s hope what happened in Las Vegas didn’t stay in Las Vegas. Ricky and I were eager to return to the office and share. I have to admit though, that in between meetings, we did A LOT of sight seeing and if you have never been to Las Vegas, there is a lot to see….and hear. Think sensory overload. Ricky and I discovered the Guinness World Book’s LONGEST road… Las Vegas Boulevard. It goes AROUND the world…

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    Known as the gambling capital of the world, it 's no surprise that Las Vegas is infested with issues that come with such a title. Las Vegas thrives on attracting tourists to come over for the weekend and spend all their hard-earned money at the slot machines and poker tables conveniently placed around everywhere around the Strip. Gambling is not just monopolized on the Strip, though; it can be found all throughout the city. Locals are greeted with the oh so familiar sound of a slot machine being…

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    Although the desert of El Paso is a great place to call home, you may want to take a trip away from home from time to time. What better place to visit than Las Vegas? The hustle and bustle of the casinos and entertainment venues packed with people, coupled with the anticipation of enjoying a concert or comedy show that you have always wanted to see, enjoying a relaxing four-hour flight will seem like a breeze. There is also a wide range of flights from ELP to LAS that are readily available to…

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    Department of Commerce in 2007, Nevada had 221, 260 firms and almost 25% of those firms were located in Las Vegas (“State and County QuickFacts”). This is not surprising because Individualistic cultures are known to rely on service providers, especially when it comes to the role of government. However, since gambling does play a large role in Nevada’s income and affects the individuals who live there, government has to step in to make policy changes and act like a business every known and then.…

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