Massive Digital Display Proclaims ‘Vegas is Back’

Clear Channel Outdoor, The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority, Resorts World and R&R Partners show the world that Vegas Means Business using the new displays as tourism continues to return to the region
Clear Channel Outdoor Americas today announced it has teamed up with Resorts World Las Vegas to provide brands with a first-of-its-kind advertising opportunity to reach highly coveted leisure and business travelers with over 135,000 square feet of digital signage.

Through the new CCOA and Resorts World Las Vegas partnership, the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority and their locally based agency, R&R Partners, used the new displays to boldly proclaim in what is arguably the biggest way possible: Vegas Means Business.

“Las Vegas has long been the premier meetings and conventions destination, consistently providing world-class facilities and services to help brands and business travelers connect,” said Kate Wik, chief marketing officer for the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority.

“We are excited to be the epicenter of the meetings industry and once again show the world that Vegas Means Business.”

The epitome of innovation and opulence, Resorts World Las Vegas will seamlessly blend the technology and luxury appeal of an urban contemporary resort with the traditions and time-honored details of the international Resorts World brand.

The first integrated resort to be built on the Las Vegas Strip in over a decade, Resorts World Las Vegas will feature 3,500 guest rooms and suites, an innovative, next-generation gaming floor, over 40 world-class food and beverage options, a 5,000-capacity theatre, distinct nightlife venues, an extensive retail collection and more.

“These spectacular digital displays will provide brands the unique opportunity to leverage some of the largest LED screens in the world that can even operate sequentially offering an unprecedented story-telling ‘brand takeover.'”said Dan Levi, EVP & CMO, CCOA.

The three digital displays available at Resorts World Las Vegas are fully animated and can operate sequentially, allowing brands for full ‘takeover’ of the space including:

  • 100,000 – (approx.) square-foot West Tower Digital Wall: An iconic wall facing northbound traffic on the world-famous Las Vegas Strip, this spectacular digital screen – the largest exterior LED building display in the U.S. – can be clearly seen down Las Vegas Boulevard, as well as north bound traffic along the I-15 Freeway (to the west).
  • 19,000 – (approx.) square-foot East Tower Digital Wall: This dynamic display is in a prime location, on the corner of Las Vegas Boulevard and Convention Center Drive. It’s unique vertical display is clearly visible alongside Las Vegas Boulevard, which also perfectly targets incoming traffic toward Resorts World Las Vegas from the Las Vegas Convention Center to the east, including the newly opened $1B West Hall expansion.
  • 17,000 – (approx.) square-foot Nightclub Digital Wall: This electrifying digital display will encompass the soon-to-be-opened Zouk Nightclub – an innovative space that will become the most technologically advanced nightclub in Las Vegas. The dazzling energy and allure from the venue will demand the attention of the nearby vehicular and pedestrian traffic alike.

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