Las Vegas Nevada - News from Sin City is traveling fast.
It is said that the tourist trade is toppling and the Casino and Hotel Industry is becoming increasingly unstable.
"Money coming into the city is not as lavish as it used to be" said Pat Gangrene, President of Gangrene Gaming of Las Vegas.
It is a known fact that it is believed the increase in baggage fees may be the reason for the slack in business.
Gangrene Gaming being the "heartbeat" of all the casinos in Vegas has come up with a possible plan to lure the tourist trade back to the gaming industry.
Gangrene plans to put an extra fee to be collected from the casinos to be paid directly to all airlines flying into Vegas, as "prepaid Baggage Fees" for any passengers booked to Las Vegas.
As word leaked out of this possible plan, airlines instituted another hike in fees to cover the expense of possible paperwork predicted to initiate the procedure.
Vegas Variety Views is keeping on top of the gaming industries' plans to "bring the bucks back" to Vegas.