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The Personal Information We Collect
We may collect different types of personal and other information based on your use of our products and services and our relationship with you. Personal information we may collect includes contact information such as your name, telephone number, e-mail address, city, state and zip code.
When you visit our websites, we may collect certain information by automated means. For example, our systems may collect information about your activity on the websites (i.e., pages you visit, address of a referring website (if any), identifiers for your mobile device, geographic location information, and Internet Protocol address) for a number of purposes. Such information is collected using automated technologies such as cookies. A “cookie” is a text file that our website would send to your computer or mobile device to identify your browser or to store information or settings in your browser. We may use this automatically-collected information to track engagement with our websites. We also use this information to operate, maintain, and manage our websites. If you would like to avoid cookies, view our site in “privacy mode” or change the settings in your browser to not accept cookies. Click on the “Help” section of your browser to learn how to change your cookie preferences.
We use Google Analytics to gather anonymous analytics and statistics about our websites and how they are being used by our visitors so we can improve our websites.
How We Use The Personal Information We Collect
We may use the personal information we collect in a variety of ways, including to:• Provide you with the best customer experience possible;• Respond to your requests or questions for information on a property, to any other requests or questions, or to schedule a presentation;
• Provide you with information regarding our other properties in which you may be interested;
• Communicate with you regarding specials, offers, invitations, and promotions;
• Remember you when you visit our websites;
• Address network integrity and security issues;
• Perform internal marketing analyses; and
• Comply with applicable laws and as otherwise allowed by law.
Personal Information Not Sold or Shared With Others
DK Las Vegas does not sell, trade, transfer or share your personal information with third parties. We may share your personal information with our other communities and properties that are part of DK Las Vegas. We may be required to share your personal information for purposes such as complying with court orders or law enforcement; assisting with identity verification, and to prevent fraud and identity theft; selling DK Las Vegas’ assets; or enforcing our agreements and property rights.
We don’t knowingly collect personally identifying information from anyone under the age of 13 unless we first obtain permission from the child’s parent or legal guardian. If we become aware that we have inadvertently received personal information provided by a visitor under the age of 13 without permission from a parent or legal guardian, we will delete the information from our records. A child’s parent or legal guardian can also request that the personal information of their child be deleted from our records.
We are concerned about ensuring the security of your personal information. Your personal information is collected and stored in a secure cloud database. We use industry-wide, standard, commercially reasonable efforts to protect your personal information from access, loss, misuse, alteration, or destruction by any unauthorized party. These include physical, electronic, and managerial procedures to safeguard and secure the information we collect. There is no 100% secured platform available in the industry and we cannot guarantee the security of the information, nor can we guarantee that information you supply in connection with use of the websites will not be intercepted while being transmitted to us over the Internet or wireless communication. Any information you transmit to the websites is at your own risk. We do not promise, and you should not expect, that your personal information or private communications will always remain private.
“Do Not Track” Practices
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Links to Other Sites
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Social Media and Personal Information
DK Las Vegas uses a variety of social media options to communicate and interact with consumers, and has links to certain social media providers available on its websites. When interacting with a DK Las Vegas presence on those social media websites, you may opt to reveal certain personal information. We may collect the personal information that you make available to us on that page or account, including any information you have made public in connection with that social media service. Any personal information you have chosen to share on any DK Las Vegas social media pages will be visible to persons visiting those pages, and privacy on those pages is governed by the privacy policies of those social media companies. Other than to respond to posts or answer questions, DK Las Vegas will not use personal information provided on its social media pages without permission from you.
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If you are a California resident and have an established business relationship with us, you can request that we provide certain information about our company’s sharing of personal information with third parties for direct marketing purposes. We do not share any California consumer personal information with third parties for marketing purposes without consent. California residents who wish to make this request may contact us using the contact information below.
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Professional Sports Will Help Heal Las Vegas and Boost the Economy Post-COVID
It may not be the year in professional sports that we all hoped for, but Las Vegans aren’t letting that dampen their team spirit. For now, we will don our Golden Knights and Raiders gear to watch televised or streaming games to cheer on our hometown teams. The Vegas Golden Knights are among the 24 teams that have qualified for the playoffs under the NHL’s 2020 return-to-play plan. The Las Vegas Aces are in Florida playing an abbreviated season in the WNBA “bubble.” And as we await a decision from the NFL on the upcoming season, we can look to the nearly-completed Allegiant Stadium as a beacon of hope for what’s to come post-COVID.
Three recent small but important victories in the Las Vegas sports scene include the Vegas Golden Knights’ return to the ice in training for the NHL’s upcoming tournament play in pursuit of the Stanley Cup!The NFL’s Las Vegas Raiders’ logo took centerfield for the first time as Allegiant Stadium’s natural grass turf tray was officially rolled into the stadium as the venue approaches a July 31 completion.And while Las Vegans must wait until next season to hear the crack-of-the-bat, the award-winning Las Vegas Ballpark swung open its gates for socially-distanced, behind-the-scenes public tours.
While the community’s current focus is on minimizing the impact of the coronavirus, city leaders remain confident that in the not too distant future, the airport will be bustling 24/7; crowds will gather at Allegiant Stadium to cheer on the Las Vegas Raiders, fans will hammer for a spot to watch our NHL Golden Knights practice, and families will spend an afternoon taking selfies with baseball’s Triple A Aviators’ mascot Spruce.
Las Vegans know from experience the healing power of sports and the role the Vegas Golden Knights played in helping the city recover following the devastating emotional toll of the One October mass shooting in 2017. An April 2020 Op-Ed in the Los Angeles Times by author Larry Olmsted entitled, “When sports return, they will once again play the role of national healer”, recounts, “Survivors of the 2017 Las Vegas concert turned massacre — the worst mass shooting in American history — told me again and again that sports helped mend and bring the city together. Specifically, the Cinderella debut season of the NHL’s Vegas Golden Knights, which played its first game just nine days after and a few blocks from the site of the attack. Every game that season was a sellout.”
Purely from an economic impact perspective, business experts, speaking to the Las Vegas Review Journal, predict “Coronavirus shouldn’t impact Las Vegas’ pro sports future” having “little or no bearing on whether Las Vegas eventually adds to its professional sports portfolio” perhaps adding both an NBA franchise and major league baseball team.
Mark Rosentraub, sport management chairman at the University of Michigan who also consulted with UNLV in stadium talks, said the city’s efforts to diversify its economy should help Las Vegas in its recovery from the financial fallout of the coronavirus. “The situation of COVID on tourism is not going to have any effect at all on (a league’s) decision,” Rosentraub said. “Las Vegas is doing all the right things. Anybody who’s betting against Las Vegas because of COVID, I just laugh.”
With brighter days ahead, it’s worth a reminder of the anticipated economic affects that professional sports will continue to have on Las Vegas.
When crowds flock to Allegiant Stadium, the venue will generate an economic impact of approximately $620 million annually. More than 4,100 new jobs will be created at the stadium with another 2,000 at businesses associated with its operation. And, over 450,000 new visitors will be drawn to Las Vegas annually resulting in over 700,000 additional room nights. And, when the Super Bowl comes to town, the economic impact could approach $1 billion.
Over at T-Mobile Arena, the Vegas Golden Knights will once again, post-COVID, play to standing-room-only crowds. During its inaugural year, the arena was the world’s top grossing arena with a 12-month gross of $164.4 million, topping such venues as Madison Square Garden and the Staples Center. In addition to VGK games, the arena also hosts UFC and major concerts like Justin Timberlake, Ariana Grande and Pink, to name a few.
And the Triple-A Las Vegas Aviators will again hit homeruns into the cheering crowds at the 10,000-seat Las Vegas Ballpark. Named Ballpark of the Year by Ballpark Digest, in 2019 the ballpark boasted 43 sellouts games and increased foot traffic in the Downtown Summerlin retail complex totaling more than 18.5 million visitors this year.
“In addition to creating added revenue for the Las Vegas market, sports will continue to be a major driver that generates an increase in tourism. But beyond being an economic driver, sports have the ability to build a sense of community, uniting Las Vegans as we cheer for our teams,” said Uri Vaknin, a partner with KRE Capital, whose company purchased a collection of condominium towers in Las Vegas in 2013. “The ultimate convener, sports will play an important role in the economic and emotional recovery of our city.”
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