has announced an exclusive Las Vegas related website, gaming industry and Las Vegas-related hospitality industry deal with Clear Channel Entertainment`s Verizon Wireless Amphitheater and Glen Helen Blockbuster Pavilion, both located in Southern California.
Currently, 26% of visitors to Vegas come from the Los Angeles area, the majority by car. Accordingly, the vegas.com site offers driving tips and maps in addition to its hotel offerings, show tickets, reviews, newsletters, latest odds, and reviews of lounges, restaurants, and a complete insider`s guide to the most entertaining city in the world.
Event goers will arrive to a scene straight out of the casinos with pit bosses and dealers in charge of blackjack, craps and roulette tables open for play during pre-show and intermission. Play-for-fun casinos are scheduled throughout the 2002 concert season at both venues and vegas.com plans to roll out the concept nationally. As part of the agreement, vegas.com customers may purchase entertainment packages that include VIP concert access.
Meanwhile, a deal has been announced by vegas.com and House of Blues Concerts, Inc.
The partnership between the two companies brings play-for-fun blackjack tables, craps tables and roulette tables to select concerts at the venues as a free, added-value experience. The deal allows vegas.com VIP customers and registered users access to, and the right to purchase, a limited number of VIP seats for Concerts at the House of Blues Concerts` venues.
Vegas.com was launched in 1998 and is part of the Greenspun Media Group located in Henderson, Nevada.