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Nevada is a leader in conventions and events. Bowling, table tennis finals, bicycling, billiards, soccer, basketball, and dozens other sports hold their final events each year in Las Vegas. This week the Reader Poll asks . . . do you think it is good or bad to bring in numerous smaller sporting events to Las Vegas. What is your opinion? We want to hear from you. (See other Readers’ opinions below.)

 las vegas new sporting event finals held each year in the city..

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Reader Poll Replies:

Having smaller sports come to vegas helps the economy and keeps las vegas residents and visitors one more option to spend their spare time. Bob S. Orange, CA

It's a good thing. The more events that can be brought to Las Vegas only gives more exposure of the city to people of different interests. It's a good thing and should always be encouraged. Rich K Zion, IL

You may not agree but i think it is a bad idea. Thre is only so much money a person has to spend on sporting events and as you saturate the marketplace with all these smaller sports finals the customer will not have emought money to support a local professional team. David K. Las Vegas, NV

It makes no diffeence to me since they are so poorly advertised into the future. I would have liked to attended the table tennis finals but I didnt hear of it until i read it in the IVLV newsletter this week. Seems these upcoming sporting events have a very poor advertising reach. Jerry D. Phoenix, AZ

Does not affect me either way, I am not a sports fan for large or small teams. Donna Collins CA

I don't really care about sports events. My problem is that the more conventions, sports events etc come to Vegas, the more expensive the hotel rooms get! Michleine Brussels Belgium

Makes little difference to me, i go to vegas to play 21 and never leave the building. John Salt Lake City, UT

The attraction of Las Vegas is alluring to begin with. Using the city as a destination to host other smaller events is a good marketing tool. I don't have any issues with these events coming to the city. Rich K Zion, IL


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