Knightly, Arnold
October 2008
Las Vegas Business Press (10712186);10/27/2008, Vol. 25 Issue 43, p18
The article features the Aliante Station in Las Vegas, Nevada that opens on November 11, 2008. According to Chief Operating Officer Kevin Kelley, the upscale look of the new casino resort is contemporary Scottsdale with vibrant colors. Despite the luxurious design, Kelley said that the casino resort caters to a wide range of customers, offering penny slots, a poker room and $25 blackjack and slot play rooms. He mentions that the design of the Aliante Station is based on 30 years experience of the Station Casinos with the local markets.


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