Or will the calamities of COVIDwildfires and the aftermath of a hurricane keep some people at home? With the start of Labor Day weekend hours away, many Las Vegas tourism insiders are leaning toward a busy time for Southern Nevada, even with some of the traditional visitation prognosticators staying on the sidelines this year. In previous years, Las Vegas usually was assured that more thanpeople would be arriving here to say goodbye to summer. But the convention authority remains confident that the weekend will draw solid visitation. Potential obstacles Nevertheless, there are some issues creating possible challenges for the holiday this year. This year, in addition to mask-wearing requirements at resorts and restaurants resulting from the battle against COVID, some Californians are dealing with wildfires that have threatened homes and property. And east of the Mississippi River, residents of Louisiana and other parts of the South who may have contemplated a plane trip to Las Vegas may now be dealing with the aftermath from another disaster — Hurricane Ida and the flooding left in its wake. Another tourism prognosticator, AAA, opted this year not to make any predictions about how many people will be on the road for the Labor Day weekend. This year, the answer was no for Labor Day.
Conceivably you were one of them? Able for you! Preparation is key. A little can go a long approach, especially when it comes to your hard-won cash. Or … Listen Instead! This audio contains commentary not bring into being anywhere else!