4.3% Up and 4.3% Down
|Aquarius Resort Casino in Laughlin on the Colorado River|
The numbers from the Nevada Gaming Board showed Nevada gaming revenue was flat for April. Only the Las Vegas Strip showed an increase, with a 3.2% percent gain in gambling revenues.
For the rest of the state:
Downtown Las Vegas casinos fell 2.4%
North Las Vegas fell 1.9%
Laughlin fell 4.3% percent
Boulder Strip fell 2.5%
Mesquite fell 4.1%
The rest of of Clark County fell 2.3%
The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority on Wednesday reported 3.5 million visitors came to Southern Nevada, a 3.5 percent increase over April 2013. Laughlin visitation is also tracked and showed continued improvement. For the second month in a row, Laughlin visitor volume increased. For April it was up 4.3 percent to 196,553.
For those interested in the numbers here is an abbreviated Nevada Gaming Revenues and Collections Win Revenue Summary – April 2014 (opens as a .pdf file)
For more about the Laughlin area, visit LaughlinBuzz.Com