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Base Case: Las Vegas Casino

By Baselinemag  |  Posted 2004-04-04 Print this article Print

Headquarters: The Strip, Las Vegas Boulevard South, Las Vegas, NV

Financials: $131 million net income on revenue of $2.9 billion in 2003.

Mission: Prevent and deter acts of crime and terror in and around casinos and hotels. Respond to all threats and hazards. Admit lawful bettors and visitors. Promote legal gaming.

Baseline Goals:

  • Protect the lives of 71,000 daily hotel and casino visitors.
  • Defend casino property, which covers 74 acres of real estate, 115,000 square feet of gambling area, and 3,782 guest rooms.
  • Facilitate lawful betting, which generates a daily average profit of $593,000.
  • Tie 5,500 employees into an around-the-clock information-sharing network.

* All numbers represent an average of the operations of the six largest publicly held casinos on the Las Vegas Strip

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