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Sands Corporation Leaving Las Vegas:
It’s been less that two months since the Sands Corporation lost their leader, Sheldon Adelson. And now the company has made a major announcement about their future in Nevada: There is none! A deal has been reached which will allow Apollo Global Management and Vici Properties to buy the Sands Las Vegas properties for $6.25 billion. When completed, the Sands will no longer have a presence in Sin City… or Nevada, for that matter. With the Venetian sold and the Palazzo sold, the Las Vegas Sands Corporation will subsequently change it’s name to simply “Sands” as a result.
LAS VEGAS REVIEW JOURNAL: The sale of Las Vegas Sands Corp.’s Strip assets is a positive sign for its namesake city, industry experts say. The company announced Wednesday that it is selling its Las Vegas properties to Apollo Global Management Inc. and Vici Properties Inc. for $6.25 billion — a price tag large enough to show there’s still value in the Las Vegas market.
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2 thoughts on “Gambling News: Sands Corporation Leaving Las Vegas!”
Have you started filming new intro segments outdoors yet, or are you still using recycled footage?
We've gone from the Sands Corporation fighting online gambling to their departure from the American Gaming industry! Are we better off without them? Or is their leaving a bad thing for Las Vegas?
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