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Vegas’ ‘What happens here’ slogan returns after shooting

The official slogan of Las Vegas, "What happens here, stays here," is back by popular demand.
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Vegas ramps up security for New Year’s Eve celebrations

An unprecedented number of law enforcement officers and National Guard members will be on duty when tens of thousands of people gather to ring in 2018 on the Las Vegas Boulevard.
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Caesars pushes ahead with plans for new Las Vegas convention centre

Caesars Entertainment Corporation has completed its deal to sell and leaseback the real estate assets associated with Harrah's Las Vegas.
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Vegas moves away from gambling to attract millennials

Casinos in Las Vegas are upping the ante in their pursuit of coveted millennial visitors with new attractions designed to wow them.
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Despite attack, Vegas airport logs record numbers

Officials say a tally of travellers shows the worst mass shooting in modern U.S. history didn't deter people from flying into and out of Las Vegas.
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Analysis: How to market Las Vegas in the Oct. 1 aftermath

In the aftermath of the Oct. 1 Route 91 Harvest Festival tragedy, can the travel industry expect visitor volume to decrease...
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Vegas rebranding shows difficulty of messaging after tragedy

As volunteers streamed in to donate blood, doctors tended to the wounded and investigators scoured the scene of the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history.
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Three Canadians are among the 59 killed in Las Vegas shooting

Three Canadians are among the dozens killed in the horrific mass shooting in Las Vegas Sunday night.
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Airlines issue advisories as Las Vegas reels from deadly shooting

There was chaos at Mandalay Bay Hotel and Casino as SWAT teams used explosives to get into the hotel room where the suspect behind the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history was inside.
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July ranks as the busiest month in Las Vegas airport history

Aviation officials in Las Vegas say July was McCarran International Airport's busiest month ever.
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TL Network adds 51 members, boosts leads by 47% to wrap up “a very, very good year”
Jeremy Van Kuyk, Vice President of Technology – Travel Leaders Group; Roger Block, CTC, President – Travel Leaders Network; Christine James, Vice President Canada, TL Network; John Lovell, CTC, President – Travel Leaders Network and Leisure Group; and Stephen McGillivray, Chief Marketing Officer – Travel Leaders Group
TL Network has seen a 47% year-over-year increase in qualified leads driven by its Agent Profiler-powered site.
Busabout boasts 80% growth in 2018 trade bookings; hints at offering USA product in 2019
Busabout boasts 80% growth in 2018 trade bookings; hints at offering USA product in 2019
Busabout hosted a fun trivia night in Toronto on Jan. 17, during which the company shared news of exciting developments...
Emirates saves the A380 – for now – with new US$16 billion order
Emirates saves the A380 – for now – with new US$16 billion order
Emirates today announced a US$16 billion deal for 36 additional Airbus A380 aircraft, with 20 firm orders and 16...
TravelBrands awards Markham-based agent 1,000,000 Loyalty Rewards points
TravelBrands awards Markham-based agent 1,000,000 Loyalty Rewards points
A Markham, Ontario-based travel agent has been named the grand prize winner of TravelBrands’ nine-month-long contest.
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