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Subject: Alt. the casino strip is not pretty (actually quite deserted), coming from the city, I actually like that part of Reno as it’s calm and laidback. But, from a marketing standpoint, they’ll need to think of different ways.

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Date Posted: 09:02:47 03/30/19 Sat
In reply to: Doot 's message, "I'm from Northern California, so know the area pretty well. I think the best way to make Reno attractive is to basically skip the downtown scene and casinos, etc. (as PageantPearl said, it ain't pretty) and instead focus on the natural beauty of the area. If it were me, I'd have the contestants doing photoshoots at Lake Tahoe or the nearby foothills." on 16:01:13 03/29/19 Fri

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