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Dig This, Driving Heavy Equipment in Las Vegas
Dig This, Driving Heavy Equipment in Las Vegas

AIR DATE: July 5, 2011

When Ed Mumm was building a house in Steamboat Springs, Colorado he had so much fun operating the heavy equipment while working he thought why not let everyone experience the rush of driving giant earth moving machines. So he set up Dig This. Dig This let's patrons climb aboard and operate giant excavators and bulldozer. Mumm has now brought a Dig This attraction to Las Vegas. We talk with Ed Mumm about his attraction and why people like getting behind the wheel of large construction equipment.
Ed Mumm, owner and founder, Dig This
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