The airport in Las Vegas had its busiest month ever in July, breaking the record for the second time in 2018.
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As Las Vegas continues to advance as the premier entertainment destination in the U.S. and the world, I’d like to take stock of where we’ve been, where we’re going — and why our community’s continued evolution is a success story for the entire country.
Nevada’s population boom continued in 2017, ranking the state as the fourth-most moved-to state last year.
That housing-bust hangover couldn’t last forever.
Nevada had the fastest private-sector job growth in the United States at 3.6 percent in the first quarter of 2017, the governor’s office said on Tuesday.
Las Vegas posted its highest March visitation numbers, mimicking gaudy airport traffic statistics reported earlier in the week, Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority officials said Wednesday.
Las Vegas drew a record number of visitors last year, 42.9 million people, even more than tourism officials had predicted.
According to the Ten-X reports, the top buy markets for 2017 are (1) Las Vegas; (2) Jacksonville, Fla.; (3) Sacramento, Calif.; (4) Los Angeles; and (5) Indianapolis.
America’s fastest-growing music destination isn’t Nashville or New York, Branson or Austin or New Orleans. It’s Las Vegas.
Developers of the $375 million T-Mobile Arena expect it to generate more than $900 million a year for the economy.