(Las Vegas, NV) – Las Vegas’ tourism numbers continue to rise. The Convention and Visitors Authority says nearly three-and-a-half-million people came to Sin City in July, an increase of more than four percent from a […]
Las Vegas tourism officials estimate this Labor Day weekend is bringing in almost
4 percent more visitors and nearly $7 million more than last year’s holiday.
The 2011 NASCAR Weekend once again proved to be a huge economic windfall for the Las Vegas economy. LVMS President Chris Powell joins KXNT’s Robert Rytina with the surprising details.
For the sixth straight month, McCarran International Airport is reporting an increase in passenger traffic compared with a year ago.
Las Vegas’ tourism numbers continue to improve for the 15th straight month.
The Las Vegas Strip will be packed this Memorial Day weekend.
Las Vegas’ tourism industry continues to show signs of recovery, but officials warn rising gas prices could reverse the trend.
Some encouraging news from the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority.
An independent economist told state lawmakers the hard truth about Nevada’s economy — its ability to rely on the hospitality industry to fund government and services is over.
Super Bowl Sunday is expected to be big business for Las Vegas’ tourism industry.