Alan Woinski, CEO of Gaming USA Corporation, a gambling industry consulting firm, said only a few Las Vegas casino resort companies would be able to build in densely populated markets, and Sands is one of them because of their track record of offering non-gambling amenities.
“They want a good area. They want places where they can make money. They are probably the only company that consistently builds integrated resorts. They want the special events, the conventions. They want the business traveler,” said Woinski.
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