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Las Vegas Hits All-Time Visitation High - So What Comes Next?
Las Vegas Hits All-Time Visitation High - So What Comes Next?

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AIR DATE: February 15, 2013

Almost 40 million tourists visited Las Vegas last year, setting a record high for visitation. But even though the visitors are here, they're not spending as much as they used to. So what comes next? Will Vegas ever break the 40 million mark, and what does it matter if we do? A business reporter will talk about where we go from here.

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Richard N. Velotta,Senior Business Reporter, Las Vegas Sun and Vegas INC

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