Knightly, Arnold; Stutz, Howard; Spillman, Ben
June 2008
Las Vegas Business Press (10712186);6/23/2008, Vol. 25 Issue 25, p18
A reprint of several articles from the "Las Vegas Review-Journal" is presented, including "Missed Payment Means Deal Halted for Hooters Hotel" by Arnold Knightly, "Nevada Economy: Gaming Revenues Tumble Again," by Howard Stutz and "Las Vegas Nudging Visitors Away," by Ben Spillman. The first article focuses on the move of the owners of Hooters Hotel to terminate a sales option agreement. The second article deals with the impact of the U.S. economic slowdown on Nevada casinos and the third tackles a tourism promotion practice in Las Vegas.


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