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    Las Vegas, Nevada

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    Introduction Las Vegas is located south of Nevada, USA, it is nicknamed Sin city and has the phrase “What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas.” It’s most popular __ is Las Vegas Boulevard, also known as ‘the strip’, it is where some of the most known casinos and hotels are located. The first casino ever built in Las Vegas is the Pair-o-Dice club constructed in 1931, the first casino built on ‘the strip’ is the El Rancho Vegas, opened in 1941. The El Rancho Vegas was destroyed by a fire in 1960. The

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    The Luxor Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada and the Khafre at Giza The ominous green light beams upward piercing the Las Vegas sky. This laser, the brightest artificial light on Earth, beckons curious seekers to its base, a thirty story replica of the Egyptian pyramid of Khafre at Giza. Khafre's Pyramid, one of the Seven Wonders of the World, gives an understanding of the Egyptian culture over 4000 years age. Located within the spectacular city of Las Vegas, Nevada, the Luxor Hotel and Casino creates

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    The song phrase “Ho, Ho ,Ho who wouldn’t know” has an entirely different meaning in Las Vegas, but, I must brag that my activities there on our resent 4 day trip would have been quite acceptable to any priest’s alter boy. Of course, the fact that my wife was along may have had a bit to do with that. What follows are several epiphanies that resulted from our trip. At 106 degrees it isn’t quite hell but it’s close enough so one can feel the heat blast when the doors are opened to stoke the furnace

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    The Howard Hughes Corporation has undertaken a huge development project in the Nevada desert just west of the Las Vegas strip. Named after Howard’s grandmother, Summerlin, Nevada is one of the largest planned communities in the world. The development is about half way complete with around 40,000 of the planned 80,000 homes finished – many of which have been sold. This award winning planned community has attracted people from across many demographics, because of the diverse and well planned amenities

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    When does the heart know where home is? I wonder if I should I start calling Las Vegas, Nevada home now. I’ve traveled back and forth from California to Las Vegas since I was a child. I can remember at the age of thirteen my family and I would take family weekend trips very often. By the age of seventeen I was forced to move to Vegas for 6 months right before my senior year of high school started. Since it was my last year of high school my parents decided to let me go back to California for the

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    Trade Show Intelligence

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    Trade show intelligence Introduction Many organizations that offer products and services in their individual markets are involved in the practice of gathering data and information about their rivals or competitors. This practice is common in trade shows and other similar exhibition events. Trade shows offer a rich source of actionable information and most organizations know this and thus; their participation therein is crucial in order to adapt to their environment and keep up with their market

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    Hot Fire Fuel Injection Cleaner

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    Manufacturers utilize trade promotions to encourage retailers to purchase their products. The primary types of trade promotions are trade allowances, trade incentives, trade shows, and trade contests. Each type of promotion provides manufacturers with a unique opportunity to stimulate sales. Trade allowances for instance provide retailers with discounts on their invoices. According to Clow & Baack (2014), “Approximately 35% of all trade dollars goes to off-invoice allowances” (p. 341). Trade

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    How to Optimize Your Franchise Expo Leads and Generate More Sales! Exhibiting at a franchise expo is an effective means for businesses to showcase their brands and new products and services, stay up to date on competitors and collaborate with industry peers. However, the main objective of exhibiting at expos & trade shows is to acquire qualified leads that can be converted into franchise sales. Franchisors can significantly increase their chances of achieving this key objective by taking the right

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    x. Promotion As stated earlier, Surtrading’s business plan calls for them to sell dairy products, in commoditized form, to both an importer and distributor (del Carril, M. 2014). In doing so, the promotion cost to the end-user fall solely on the importer and distributor as they are most likely responsible for all of the costs once the products enter their country (this may or may not be the case depending on the incoterm selected in the contract). Since Surtrading is responsible for locating the

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    Las Vegas Casinos & their Gambling

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    Throughout Las Vegas history, Vegas have grown in tourism and residency to become more well known. From gambling clubs to casino and resorts, Las Vegas has grown to a little town to a big, bright city to the“Sin City”. If all the laws and mafias that collaborated with the casinos and gambling clubs did not happen back then, our community of Las Vegas would not be as popular as we are today. Gambling goes way back into 1860’s in Nevada (“History of Gaming in Nevada”). The history began around 1864

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