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Normally a region that attracts more than 40 million visitors annually, Southern Nevada has been in the economic doldrums for months, and the situation isn’t likely to improve soon. That has impacted small business that provide services for conventions, weddings and more.

Pandemic has forced many businesses to pivot, if they’re able to remain open

Normally a region that attracts more than 40 million visitors annually, Southern Nevada has been in the economic doldrums for months, and the situation isn’t likely to improve soon. That has impacted small business that provide services for conventions, weddings and more.

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