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Updated Report: Nevada Gaming Revenues,1984-2011

By David G. Schwartz on March 14, 2012 2:31 PM | Permalink
I've updated yet another paper in today's round of updating:

Nevada Gaming Revenues,1984-2011 
Calendar Year Revenues for Selected Reporting Areas 

Here's the executive summary:

From 1984 to 2011, there have been tremendous changes in Nevada's gaming industry, many of which are reflected in its annual revenue figures.  During that period, Statewide total revenues have increased by 240%, with slot revenues growing at about double the rate of table game revenues. Additionally, looking at results for the Las Vegas Strip, Downtown Las Vegas, Boulder Strip, and Washoe County offers insight into the relative performance of different markets and regions.
• The Boulder Strip has grown the most rapidly
• The Las Vegas Strip has outpaced the state's overall growth
• Downtown Las Vegas and Washoe County have both been challenged; those challenges have 
gotten worse over the past ten years
• The recession exacerbated on-going declines in some markets, and wiped out a decade's worth  of growth for the Las Vegas Strip

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