Creating thousands of new jobs and billions in yearly revenue
Florida City, Florida - to be the next Atlantic City, New Jersey - Vegas-in-Florida casinos, Multibillion-dollar hotel resorts with casino gambling, celebrity chefs and luxury shopping.
Executives from Las Vegas Sands, which operates the Venetian and Palazzo on the Vegas strip, have said they are ready to get started.
Andy Abboud, vice president for communications at Las Vegas Sands, recently was quoted "build something spectacular. There's only a handful of places left where we could spend billions of dollars on a resort -- Japan, Florida, maybe Europe. We look at is as a worldwide market, a worldwide destination."
Ideal location between the fabulous Florida Keys and South Beach, but far enough away from Central Miami to be comfortable for long time Miami-Dade County, residents. The Area is ripe for re-building efforts with plenty of available land area to occupy.
Why would Florida pass up the opportunity to be the number one tourist destination on the planet. The new Florida City will create thousands of news jobs, bringing in billions of new dollars from tourist world wide.
Imagine the slogan: Come and discover why Florida City is one of the most popular casino vacation spots in the world.
One approach, being kicked around, would be an auction in which gambling operators try to outbid each other for the right to build full-scale casinos.
Florida is a world wide destination for tourist, we must compete for the tourist dollar, we must get creative, we must get in gear, we must make Florida the number one tourist destination in the world.
Our economy depends on the tourist dollar - plan now for the future.
As Governor, Darrin will push through legislation that brings Las Vegas to Florida City.
If you believe in change - If you think that it is about time that the State of Florida breathes some fresh air, stops bullying the poor and middle class, and takes better care of its internal affairs, then you are for Darrin E. McGillis for Governor of Florida in 2010.
Political advertisement paid for and approved by Darrin E. McGillis, Democrat for Governor of the State of Florida