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Can Rising Fuel Costs Hurt Las Vegas
Can Rising Fuel Costs Hurt Las Vegas

AIR DATE: March 15, 2011

The costs of gas at the pump in the valley is around 3.59 per gallon. If the price reaches four dollars, could that impact the number of visitors that come to Las Vegas? What happened back in 2008 when gas was over four dollars? If you remember the Fall of 2008, how did high gas prices affect your business?

Michael Geeser, spokesman, AAA Nevada
Vince Alberta, VP of Public Affairs, LVCVA
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