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Penthouse May Bring Nude Dealers To Las Vegas Casino
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Penthouse, the adult magazine may soon become Penthouse, the casino. Chief Executive Officer Marc Bell has indicated that he is interested in buying real estate and bringing a Penthouse themed casino to the Las Vegas Strip.
The casino would be based on the Penthouse brand and that would mean nudity would be involved. To what extent that would happen is yet unknown.
Whether or not the Nevada Gaming Commission would even allow for nudity on the casino floor is an issue all in itself. Bell does not believe it would be a problem, however, since he is pursuing the real estate.
“It’s about rethinking the way of how people think of casinos in Las Vegas, coming in with a new paradigm. Everyone tries doing the cookie cutters, doing the same thing over and over again, and we believe it’s time to create a new widget,” said Bell.
The women in Penthouse magazine could well serve as dealers at the new casino. They would be dressed down, and maybe even be completely nude. The whole hotel casino would be based on the adult themes of the magazine.
“I think it would be great for something like that to happen in Las Vegas. The current casinos are getting stale and it is time for something new, something fresh, that people can grasp on to,” said Las Vegas resident Tim Joyer.
Las Vegas Sands Stock Improves After Auditor Claims Stability
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Las Vegas Sands owner Sheldon Adelson has had to pull a few rabbits out of his sleeve to try and turn the fortune of the casino company. The roller coaster ride the company has been on began moving positively again on Monday.
On Friday, the company decided to sell common shares and in the process of doing so they raised $2.1 billion from investors. The money was enough for PriceWaterhouseCooper to deem the company financially stable for now.
In addition to the stability that came with Friday’s move, the company now feels they have enough liquidity to complete some of their existing projects. Several of these projects had been put on hold.
“What happened on Friday has bought Sands some time. They should now be able to withstand the next year to year and a half of this rough economy, whereas before, they probably would not have made it,” said observer Brian Longfellow. Las Vegas Sands stock rebounded thanks to the news of Monday. They were up 3.4 percent late in the day. That is nowhere near where it was last December when the stock maxed out at $122.96, but it is an improvement over the lows the company experienced last week.