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Reader Polls Feedback for: March 5, through March 14, 2009

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This week during the Nightclub / Restaurant Convention a group of investors contacted IVLV and asked our opinion of the need for a new attraction in Las Vegas. They wanted me to ask the IVLV readers the following Reader Poll question . . . Do you think Las Vegas needs an outdoor entertainment water park, similar to the old Wet n Wild, but more upscale and with multiple fine restaurants and an outdoor amphitheater for concerts? Would you attend this type of venue when in Las Vegas?  What is your opinion? We want to hear from you!

PLEASE NOTE: The following text entries are the words of our readers
and may not be full sentences, correct grammar or correct spelling.

Reader Poll Replies:

I  think any type of outdoor attraction would be great.  I get tired of going to showrooms and lounges to see acts.  Barbara Teller  CA

Las Vegas does not need an outdoor entertainment water park. LV entertainment would benefit greatly from an outdoor amphitheater for concerts, similar to the new Verizon Amphitheater in Alpharetta (suburb of ATL), GA, where the seats are covered. Providing a larger scale venue for concerts than the casino auditoriums, etc. Existing concert tickets can be cost-prohibitive for a family. Allowing patrons to bring in their own food and drinks would make in more family-friendly. I'd love it!   Deborah George  Atlanta/GA

I would to see something outside the smoke filled casinos.  I have lung condition and even though the smoking is extremely well filtered for most, it still bothers me.  GT.  Miami Florida

I think an outdoor entertainment center similar to what's being described is not a good idea at this time. Wait on the economy for a while and redecide then. Also, don't forget about the seasonal heat factor. You may want to consider adding something to the outdoor entertainment center that will allow you to close part of the center during hot summer months, yet compensate with some other attractive feature for the hot weather months. Larry Strehl  Tampa

Currently in this economic climate unless the venue is hooked up with a prominent casino, I don't see it being profitable. I would probably not attend, but would use my hard-earned dollars in other ways.  J. White Geneseo, IL




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