January 29, 2015
LAS VEGAS (AP) - More than 3.2 million people visited Las Vegas in March, a 6.5 percent decline from a year ago. Analysts point out that's the smallest decrease in visitation in seven months. They say it's possible tourists are catching on to the steep room discounts being offered at casinos. For the year, Las Vegas visitation is down almost 9 percent with 8.8 million visitors in the first three months.
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