Home Photographer Erik Kabik’s Favorite 50 Photos of 2011 The Electric Daisy Carnival Las Vegas 2011 brought over 200,000 people to The Las Vegas Motor Speedway. The three-day Electric Daisy Carnival held at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway in June 2011 pumped more than $136 million into the Clark County economy, according to an economic impact report just released by Beacon Economics, LLC. The study, commissioned by the producers of Electric Daisy Carnival, revealed that the festival generated an estimated $8.9 million in tax revenue for state and local government, the equivalent of 1,400 full-time jobs, bringing in $55.5 million in income for workers in Clark County.

The Electric Daisy Carnival Las Vegas 2011 brought over 200,000 people to The Las Vegas Motor Speedway. The three-day Electric Daisy Carnival held at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway in June 2011 pumped more than $136 million into the Clark County economy, according to an economic impact report just released by Beacon Economics, LLC. The study, commissioned by the producers of Electric Daisy Carnival, revealed that the festival generated an estimated $8.9 million in tax revenue for state and local government, the equivalent of 1,400 full-time jobs, bringing in $55.5 million in income for workers in Clark County.

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