Quote of the Day

“The survey showed that 69 percent of people gambled while on their trip to Las Vegas, down 18 percent from 1996 when 87 percent of tourists said they gambled. Those gamblers were playing an average of 1.9 hours a day in 2016, down from 4.1 hours in 1996.” — results of a Las Vegas Convention & Visitors Authority study, which found tourists gambling less but spending more — and in more varied ways — as Millennials eclipsed Generating X as the hot demographic and Baby Boomers waned considerably.

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