So, you have all been to Vegas a bunch of times. What can I possible write about that might pique your interest? This is it!
The Golden Gate Hotel and Casino was the very first in Vegas, 1905. It was home to the 99 cent shrimp cocktail for decades, until the food was taken over by DuPar’s from Los Angeles.
Forty million of us visit Vegas each year. Some of you visit even more than that!
The average person gambles only four hours per day!
The average length of stay is 3.7 days. Remember, what you did, stays in Vegas!
The average gambling budget for a visitor is $560.
The MGM Grand alone has 18,000 doors. Pity the poor soul who counted them.
Over 315 weddings per day are performed in Las Vegas! I wonder how many divorces?
Over 60,000 pounds of shrimp are consumed daily in Vegas.
There are 37 public golf courses in the area. I have probably played about half of them!
Vegas boasts 17 of the 20 largest hotels in the world.
Some people think the best view of Vegas freaks occur at breakfast, lunch and dinner. Are they looking in a mirror?
Tonopah, Nevada is home to the Clown Hotel. The obvious question, does Bozo get to stay for free?
The Mermaid Lounge is located at the Silverton Casino. Rather than stare at Daryl Hannah look-alikes, I suggest shopping at the Bass Pro Outdoor Shops.
Two only in Vegas problems are gambling too much, and drinking too much. Can you think of anything else?
Why would anyone in their right or left mind want to have their bachelor party in Vegas? Too dangerous.
Ladies, do not dress like a slut in Vegas!! The goal is to dress “sexy.”
Nevada is one of seven states without a state income tax. Hooray!
The light canon atop the Luxor is a whopping 30.2 billion lumens. A projection TV runs at 1000 lumens. It can be seen from space, much like the Great Barrier Reef.