According to CBS News, Caesars Entertainment is promoting a “no feel” policy. I hope this isn’t the case, but here’s the scoop.
Marie Osmond is protesting in Las Vegas with dozens of showgirls, calling for an end to resort fees charged to guests at many of the city’s hotels.
Osmond and the roughly 50 performers from the Jubilee! show at Bally’s Las Vegas hotel-casino marched on the Las Vegas Strip Thursday morning to promote Caesars Entertainment’s no-feel policy.
Maybe Caesars started this no-feel policy after someone got punched and killed at their O’Sheas property a few weeks ago. I’m going to be staying at a Caesars property shortly and I don’t want a) die b) get punched in the face or c) get kicked out of the casino if someone feels me or vice versa. 🙂
The showgirl protest was actually promoting Caesars No Resort Fees campaign. CBS just made a typo. No Resort Fees is actually one of the competitive advantages that the Caesars properties have in Las Vegas and while this may have been a cheesy marketing ploy it obviously got the attention of the mainstream media, which was probably the goal.
Shout out to Vegas Solo for pointing this out.
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