Meanwhile, a steep 11.68% drop in gaming revenue on the Las Vegas Strip led Nevada into an overall 4% decrease for the month of May (2016).
Elsewhere in Clark County the many other areas saw gaming revenue increases.
Downtown Las Vegas was up 13.11% to $50.4 million
North Las Vegas was up 27.81% to $27.2 million
Laughlin was up 1.94% to $39.6 million
Boulder Strip was up 25.87% to $77.5 million
Only Mesquite was down 2.76% to $9.6 million
|The Colorado River in Laughlin, NV features boating, jetskis, river cruises, water taxis, floating, and fishing|
All numbers are comparisons to the same period in May of 2015 and are from the Nevada Gaming Board source at: http://gaming.nv.gov/index.aspx?page=149
|Kid Rock performed at the Laughlin Event Center in May|
|The Golden Nugget Laughlin is one of the many properties lining Casino Drive in Laughlin, NV|
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