Thursday, November 21, 2013

Aces Casino Blog: It's Our Never-Ending Continuing Saga Of SkyVue v. The High Roller -- Episode Um, Uhhh... (We Think It's Episode 5, But We Lost Count)

Let it never be said that Aces Casino, they of the top Orange County casino night party company on the west coast, shirks their duties in bringing our many readers the latest on the most pertinent topics facing our industry in this, the 21st century.

Namely, the "Las Vegas Space Race," of course.

We first took on the task of finding out which of the (then) two planned constructions of observation wheels in the city of Las Vegas would end up being completed first -- The SkyVue, situated across the street from the Mandalay Bay Hotel, and the High Roller, pat of the new "Linq" remodeling plan from Caesars Entertainment.  Naturally, when we found out that one was going to look really cool, and the other appeared to be heading down "Goofy Boulevard," we picked sides, selecting the High Roller as our fave.

I think Raymond Reddington (Blacklist) said it best... "Boy, I never tire of being correct."

Yes, it looks like It's curtains for the ol' SkyVue, but as promised, let's look in on our two observation wheels-to-be, and see how things are going... First, the Challenger -- SkyVue.  And what better character to interview than SkyVue's official mascot, the spokesperson for the SkyVue Observation wheel himself, none other than Tiny, The Tumbleweed!   

Now, before you see "Tiny," we'd like to thank our blog-buddy, Mr. Scott Roeben, for providing this hilarious spoof concerning the now "unofficial mascot" of the SkyVue wheel.  Scott is the blog-master, and should you wish to see more of his work, check out this link to his latest creation, "Vital Vegas."   You'll also find our blog report regarding SkyVue's competitor, "The High Roller," right below this blog post on our Aces Casino Blog, courtesy of the top Orange County casino party company on the west coast, none other than Aces Casino!

OK, Tiny, take it away....

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