Las Vegas visitor count declines in March

Spillman, Benjamin
May 2008
Las Vegas Business Press (10712186);5/19/2008, Vol. 25 Issue 20, p16
The article reports on the decline in visitor count in Las Vegas, Nevada in March 2008, according to a report from the Las Vegas Conventions and Visitors Authority. The Las Vegas visitation during the period fell 1 percent to 3.4 million people, prompting resorts to lower room rates to maintain occupancy. The average daily room rate fell 1 percent to $135 and occupancy fell two points to 92 percent. Convention attendance in the city was down 7 percent to about 638,000.


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