Hey folks, I am assisting with a hotel-casino renovation project near the Strip in Las Vegas. I can't be too specific in describing the property, as you can understand, but it is a block off the Strip (google maps says about a 12 minute WALK to a major hotel on the Strip). I think there's a great range of gamblers here, so I'd like to get some insights into what would bring you to the property. It is a lower-end properties when compared with the Strip. If you currently stay at Luxor, Excalibur, Hooters, Palace Station, Bally's, Casino Royale, Riviera (when it was still running), Circus Circus, or Harrah's, you're probably close to our target market. People who stay off-strip at places like the Orleans or Tuscany may also be interested. 1. If you're a comped gambler at a strip property (or one of the others I mentioned), what would get you to move? Offer matches? Great rules on BJ? Cheap European roulette? A certain type of pool or restaurants? 2. If you're someone who often hops around properties while in Vegas, what would get you to stop in? A match of your cab fare to the property in free play? A good sign-up bonus? Gaming rules? 3. If you're not comped or get small offers so that you often move around, what kind of package might intrigue you to try it out? An optional resort fee? We've batted around a "players package" where you'd get a free shuttle to the property, the choice of either early or late check-in guaranteed at no extra cost, and some food comps ($25 off of $40 or more at the on-site restaurant). 4. What do you prioritize in a room? What features at 2-3 star hotels in Las Vegas have you most appreciated? For players at 2-3 star properties, how often do you purchase a room upgrade? CET and mLife sometimes send options to upgrade to a nice room or a suite. Do you take them? I won't be touching all of these areas in my work but the bigger project will so I wanted to get some insights from the board. Feel free to weigh in on one point or another. Appreciate your time.