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Reader Poll Starting December 5, 2002


#1.  On January 3, 2003, the newest Las Vegas Casino, The Cannery Casino will open in North Las Vegas.  Another new casino has just broke ground and its famous owner Steve Wynn is full speed ahead building his new casino that is on the old Desert Inn Property.  Do you think Las Vegas has to many casinos, not enough casinos or just enough and no new casinos need to be build?  Why?


Reader Poll Replies: 

*  I think Las Vegas is healthy when they keep building more casinos.  Dr. Hart  

*  Expansion and new casinos have never hurt Vegas before.  Almost every year I hear people talking about how Las Vegas is over built, but somehow they keep filling the rooms. Lucy Teller  DE

*  Unfortunately I cannot see why Vegas needs more casinos.  With all the Indian reservations being built, why build one more mega resort in Vegas?  Existing Vegas casinos need to keep in mind that providing deals for us small guys is how they built those big resorts.  Frank from Tennessee

More casinos will need to be built in the southwest portion of the valley after it gets built up a little more.  Roger Ross

*  Vegas is famous for its casinos. I was sad to see desert inn torn down.  Steve Wynn needs to put something there. New casinos are always nice.  My favorite is Mirage with tropical atmosphere, too expensive for me to stay there. Cindy Spahr

As long as there is a market and people keep coming to Vegas to support all these casinos let them keep building 'em.  nils

*  I donít think there are to many casinos in Las Vegas. I always enjoy going to new places. Las Vegas is my Fantasy Land.  Kenneth Stachnik

*  Variety is the spice of life -- bring on the new casinos. When we first started visiting Vegas in the 70's on a 4-day trip we could cover all the casinos -- we're now up to 8 days but we're getting a little more selective in where we spend our time. Joanne K

*  I guess I am getting old because I am a little tired of all these new casinos trying to out do the older ones.  How about taking Las Vegas back to the good old days when the accounts did not run everything and the so-called bad guys were in charge.  Sure was a lot more fun then.  Dwayne

*  We like to go to all the new and old casinos when we visit Vegas. But we never get to all them in five days.  We like them all so if they can make money and stay open good for them. The more the marry.  G.J. Smith



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