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AIR DATE: August 19, 2011

Caesars has just unveiled its vision for the east side of the Strip. It will be shopping and entertainment but is it any different? And some classic cartoons are coming to Circus Circus? Is this the revival of value in Las Vegas? Or will it just make the Strip look more like a carnival midway. We talk with some reporters and get your thoughts on the next big things for the resort corridor.
 
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Delen Goldberg, LV Sun
Ian Mylchreest, Sr Producer, Nevada Public Radio
David McKee, Managing Ed, Las Vegas Advisor

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Very interesting that they have all kinds of capital but still haven't re-instituted matching contributions to the companies 401k. I am sure the employees are saying huh?
John GowAug 18, 2011 16:21:33 PM
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