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Reader Polls Feedback for: December 5, through December 14, 2007

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It appears the new owner of the famous old Gold Spike Casino, Gregg Covin a Miami developer, is trying to give the downtown Las Vegas a new look. He plans to spend another $5 million on the 100 rooms and the casino area to make the Gold Spike into a trendy hotel and spa. This week’s Reader Poll asks the question . . . If the new renovation occurs, would you visit the Gold Spike Casino once completed?  What is your opinion? Why or Why Not? We want to hear from you!

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Reader Poll Replies:

My memory is not that impressive of downtown Las Vegas.  I dont believe I have ever been inside the Gold Spike Casino, so not sure I would have an interest to go there.  Darrel H.  Florida

I like taking a walk down the Fremont Street and jumping in and out of the small casinos.  So yes, I guess if it is remodeled I would try it once.  Linda W.  Chicago IL

I would love to visit the Gold Spike once it's finish because I Love spa's. I think once that occurs he will open doors that he was looking for. I feel that whether you are winning or losting with still need time to relax. I think it's a great idea. I hope he decices to renovation.  Wanaada Murray  Decatur, GA

No . We rarely go downtown.  Dolores  Alpine, Ca

I think that this would be another great attraction for bringing more people to the downtown area, as is the new light show attraction. Another first class gaming and resturant lounge will keep the new area option open for all. What a great addition this will be.  John Makcen  Willowick, Ohio

I think renewing the "old" Las Vegas is an adventurous and, hopefully profitable venturae, for both the entrpeneur and the visitors, who prefer the original attractions to the gambling capital of the world. Quality is always better bet then than quantity. I'll be in Ls vegas on December 14 - 21 and plan to visit the old places, where even suckers can get an even break, and go home happy.  Norman MacDonald Winnipeg Canada

Definatly would, hope they reinstate the gaming tables.  Richard Porter  Taylorville, IL

Oh yes I would. I have visited the old gold spike on two different occasions. Its old, dingy and smells of tobacco but was a must see. I just hope they have something similar to that old dinner with the cheap specials. However to attract a new crowd a major redue is a must and the also must try to do someting about the odd assortment of charecters they now attract. Its the last of the old vegas casinos. But has alot of potential to attract a nice crowd.see it as it is now. Ralph  Hamden CT



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