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January 15, through January 24, 2006

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Question:
Currently there are 9 projected new Las Vegas casino sites (a total of 18 different casinos) on the drawing boards. Las Vegas is already famous for a pyramid, a volcano, 12-story water fountains, Eiffel Tower, the tallest observation tower in Nevada and a lot more. What do you think should be the theme or the major attraction of the next billion dollar resort? Why or Why Not?
Reader Poll Replies:

I feel the next casino in Vegas should be a space theme.  Donald D.  NJ

*  I can't believe that Buckingham Palace hasn't been torn down and rebuilt in "Super City - Las Vegas", especially with it being seen as one of the plush, wealthy, elite, and private establishments of the world. Can't you picture: The Crown Jewels on display (granted, they are suppose to be at the Tower of London, but that could be part of the new facility); The Throne Room; The Royal Gardens; The Horse Guard; The Guards at the front door; and best of all, Price Charles and the Queen roaming the property. There could also be an exhibit about Princess Diana which would probably outdraw all other attractions in Las Vegas. 
Well developers, what are you waiting for?  Al Brown,  Camarillo, CA

* The next casino should be called or themed "America" and it should showcase everything that America stands for, historical landmarks, etc.  Another idea is to attract the baby boomers and make it a 50's 60's theme "At the Hop", diners, 50's 60's music and decor, plus lots of dancing.  Janae Griffith

*  You know what would be cool. some kind of American pride casino. I mean a tribute to the armed forces a red, white, and blue themed casino with some kind of battle themed tribute aka the battle at TI. I realize that the money people behind any new mega casino spend several thousand dollars trying to come up with a solid idea that would appeal to the masses and hence make money. Who am I to say but some kind of American pride theme would be something to try and implement. Ralph

* The next billion dollar resort theme should be an Ocean, Island , Beach, Vacation get away. White sands, turquoise water, Palm Trees, Island music, Luau, etc.  Thank You  Clayt and Laurie Schaefer

*  I think a roaring twenties theme would be good, everyone seems to like that time period.  JoAnn Jodar

*  How about a copy if the Tivoli in Las Vegas?  That's missing.  Laja Thomas in Germany

*  The world's biggest TIKI Tower and resort.  Michael Burke

*  With the baby boomer dollars already filtering into the consumer market, something for that age group alone or at least a portion of the resort area addressing the needs, desires of that generation. An adults only area would be very preferable to many of our age level. In essence, a haven for the over 55 crowd. Areas for meditation would be a bonus! Drose3491

* It should be Japan. A whole Japanese village.....  tylene444

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