Nevada pols to Obama: 'Zip it.'

Spillman, Benjamin
February 2009
Las Vegas Business Press (10712186);2/16/2009, Vol. 26 Issue 7, pP21
The article reports on the reactions of businesses in Las Vegas, Nevada on the comments made by U.S. President Barack Obama and other politicians that company executives taking taxpayer bailout money should not conduct meetings in Las Vegas. Andrew Pascal of Wynn Las Vegas stated that President Obama and the politicians should choose the city as a meeting destination. The business operation of Wynn was affected by the decision of the Wells Fargo bank to backed-out from a 12-day event in response to criticism that the event is a waste of money.


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