Save the Riviera!

Help save the famous Las Vegas Riviera Hotel and Casino!

 Scheduled for demolition in August 2015, and closure by May 4th, this iconic Las Vegas casino resort will be destroyed just shortly after celebrating it’s 60th anniversary.
Built in 1955, the Riviera opened on April 20th , and is now one of the few surviving original Las Vegas casinos – those that made Las Vegas world famous!
Now it is being destroyed – to be replaced by yet another bland Convention Hall, a Bus Depot, and a parking lot.
For all the details, please read my article: “Save the Riviera!” at this link:

 We are here to raise at least a small amount of money so we can mount a PR campaign, and convince the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority (LVCVA) – who  bought the Riviera in order to destroy it – to NOT tear it down.

Instead, to SAVE it, and to build their convention halls somewhere else, and NOT on the Las Vegas Strip, and at the expense of this great and wonderful old-Vegas casino.
With your help, we can make this point more forcefully in the mainstream Media, as well as put economic and political pressure on those who control this insanity to think again – think it over, and make the right decision.
Enough of Las Vegas has already been destroyed!
Let’s keep at least something from the time when Vegas was truly GREAT!
Special Bonus Offer from Vegas Vic

Everyone who contributes at least $5 will receive an Advance Copy of my new eBook:

“Great Casino Slots: Volume 1”

This book has not yet been released – so you will be the first to get this special copy.

Each copy will be e-signed by the Author, and emailed directly to you as a PDF. This Special Edition is available only to those who contribute to this campaign.
Let’s not allow yet another piece of history to bite the dust!

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