Mr. Las Vegas joined Alan to talk about tours of his home, how his neighbors feel and the jobs that the project will create.
GOOD LUCK TO WAYNE….have driven by his estate many times and hope to take a tour in the future…I do think he should be allowed to add some things that he wished to do, but he was turned down…A gift shop would not hurt neighbors and tourists would enjoy taking home a souvenir. Mr. Newton is a good man and a good neighbor….
I am so glad that Mr. Newton’s project was approved – I think it is going to be great for the community and for visitors – Mr. Newton and his family are wonderful people and I wish them all the best in this endeavor. I am just so happy that the detractors did not get their way!
wishing you the best of luck wayne! I have been inside the ranch but have only seen part of it.I am really excited that I will be able to take a full tour and possibly see wayne perform in his own theatre there.see you soon wayne! donna ”wnifc” bronx ny
I am so happy for Wayne and his family. I have known Wayne for 32 years, after planning every trip to Las Vegas only around Wayne’s schedule. He is a genuine man and is a perfectionist and a true showman. I don’t think there has ever been a time that I have been to Las Vegas with my family, that we didn’t like to drive by Wayne’s gorgeous place just to see it. I am very excited to know that I will now be able to go inside the gates and take a tour and see everything that Wayne and his family has to offer. It should be a wonderful sight to see all of the animals, and cars and the airplane etc. I am also very excited about them building a theatre for him to perform in from time to time. There will never be another entertainer quite like “Mr. Las Vegas”, himself. He is full of energy and charisma like no other!!
Congratulations to you Wayne, and your family.
God willing, you know I will be one of the first ones in line to see your place and go to the show…. Thank you for all of the many years of enjoyment you have brought to me and my family.
All our best to you and yours!
wayne you finally did it this will be a great thing for you and vegas bring back that personal vegas i love they took away elvis liberace museum what is wrong with this town you will bring it all back cant wait to go see this spectacular site love to the family peggy belline
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