By: Shannon Ralph
Nevada Tourism Commission has launched a new website catering to the gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender traveler. The site, gay.travelnevada.com, lists gay-friendly hotels and events of interest to the LGBT community. Several Las Vegas resorts are listed as gay friendly. Among the Las Vegas events listed on the website are Gay Nights Las Vegas Aug. 4-7, Las Vegas Pride Sept. 16-17, the EnGAYgement Wedding and Commitment Ceremony Event Oct. 9th, Coronation Weekend Dec. 1-4 and GayDayS Las Vegas Sept. 4-10, 2012.
“The Nevada Commission on Tourism recognizes the importance of this vast market to Nevada’s tourism industry,” said commission interim director Larry Friedman. “We continually expand and improve our efforts to reach potential visitors and that is why we developed this new website that offers need-to-know information for the LGBT community.”
So, who wants to go to Vegas? What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas, right?
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Originally published on The Seattle Lesbian
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