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Reader Polls Feedback for:  May 25, 2013 through June 4, 2013
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Las Vegas as we all know seems to reinvent itself often and continues to find new and interesting attractions to obtain the interest of travelers from around the world. This week’s Reader Poll asks the simple question if one is good, is two or more truly better? Currently Las Vegas has 2 world class sky observation wheels under construction, 3 zip lines one partially complete and 2 under construction, 1-6 professional sports arenas in all various stages of planning, and a myriad of other duplicating projects. Is it time to only build original projects or is it better to have several of the same types of attraction?  What is your opinion? We want to hear from you! (See other readers’ opinions below.)

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

Reader Poll Replies:

How can the experts think making multiples of the same attraction expect to get a hold of the market share?  Jeff Smith   Dallas TX

I think it would always be best when there is direct competition.  Maybe this might be over compensating but the best usually wins out.   Gloria D.   CA

The worse attraction goes bankrupt and solves all the problems.   D J  Flagstaff AZ

If the attractions are of the same type, but different in venues, such as sports arenas that's ok. On the other hand how different can zip lines be? So my answer is yes to some and no to others!   Leonard Junker  Tucson, Arizona

Yes it is, especially when you can share the event.   Sylvia Bengisoy Seattle, WA

Of course, two are better! Competition is good for the consumer and what is good for the consumer is good for Las Vegas. Different locations also permit more flexibility for the guests. Good attractions thrive and junk disappears. Enough said.  Lorraine Farrell 
Walnut Creek Ca

It would be nice to see these casino experts to think up new and original ideas for us tourist to spend money on rather than copying the neighbor.  Linda Watson

T would think it would depand if you see lines or waiting list from Visitors. The time I have when I am in Las Vegas is so limited so I don't want to take time to stand in line. Even the Buffets I go at off times so I can use my time the best way I can. Gary White
Lawndale / California

My opinion is simple, the best priced for value will win and as long as the wait time to participate is not unreasonable I will be a customer, otherwise I will stay in the casino.   Dawn Jacobs




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