Circa in the News | 1-21-21 to 1-27-21

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Vegas Chamber discusses economy forecast during ‘Preview Las Vegas’ event by Christian Cazares and Lucas Wright of 8 News Now Las Vegas

Many local business leaders say the city will bounce back before the end of 2021, because Las Vegas is an event-based community and we have so many things to look forward to. Derek Stevens, owner of the new Circa Las Vegas, said the city has something for everyone — from watch parties to sporting events and concerts.


LVCVA’s Hill confident conventioneers will return this year by Richard N. Velotta of Las Vegas Review-Journal

“Hill said he is optimistic about the city’s future with the recent opening of Circa in downtown Las Vegas and the 2021 opening of Genting’s Resorts World Las Vegas on the Strip and Virgin Las Vegas at the former Hard Rock Hotel site. He also is encouraged about the transportation infrastructure recently completed and planned for the future, specifically referencing Brightline’s plan to break ground on a high-speed rail line to Southern California this year and the Boring Co.’s completed Convention Center Loop and the planned Las Vegas Loop, underground transit systems using Tesla vehicles in tunnels. He also said Boring is contemplating a similar tunnel linking Los Angeles with Las Vegas.


Multiple sources point to new optimism for Las Vegas tourism by Richard N. Velotta of Las Vegas Review-Journal

“At the Vegas Chamber’s Preview Las Vegas, two speakers, LVCVA President and CEO Steve Hill and Circa owner Derek Stevens gave their assessments Thursday of when we can start seeing a return of visitors. The consensus is that visitors will be more comfortable coming by the second or third quarter of 2021.


Business leaders look to pent-up demand, vaccine, new attractions to fuel Vegas’ recovery in 2021 by Jannelle Calderon of The Nevada Independent

“Business experts at the event also were optimistic about recently opened properties such as Circa Resort and Casino downtown, which opened in October, as well as the entertainment venue Area 15, which opened in September, and the future openings of Resorts World and Virgin Hotels.


31 Ways to Eat and Drink Your Way Through the Super Bowl in Las Vegas by Susan Stapleton of Eater Las Vegas

“The Circa Sportsbook has VIP seating for the Super Bowl with a view of the massive 78-million-pixel high-definition screen. Packages include the Circa Club Upper in the Circa Club Upper section, where each table gives dedicated football aficionados a space to enjoy top-notch service and luxury booth seating; Circa Club Lower for medium-to-large groups; Champions Club with family-style seating in the center of the sportsbook; and Legends Club, where spectators can get a front-row view with plush recliners, located directly in front of the book’s screen.

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