The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority is jumping on the bandwagon. Now that New York allows same sex marriage the LVCVA wants to promote Vegas as the gay and lesbian honeymoon destination. But, some in the gay and lesbian community say "too little too late." We'll ask if Vegas can become a destination for gay honeymooners even if Nevada still doesn't allow gay marriage. And, what could that mean for the economy?
Terry Wilsey, travel agent, A Answer on Travel
David Parks, Democratic State Senator from Las Vegas
Mya Reyes, Director of Diversity Marketing for the LVCVA