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Pipeline30 October 2017

Paradise Park Hotel

Wynn's New Paradise Park Planned for 2020 to Feature Bumper Cars and Fake Cops

Scheduled for 2020 – 1 Rooms

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Casino magnate Steve Wynn gave new details about the $1.6 billion resort he is building in Las Vegas, including interactive rides and attractions designed to wow non-gamblers.

Paradise Park, as the project is called, will feature LED-lit bumper cars that make crashing sounds and are chased around an oval by fake police officers. Participants who finish the course first will get prizes, Wynn said on an earnings call with investors Thursday.

Other attractions will include zip lines, fireworks and a carousel that stretches out over the man-made lake. Guests will be able to pay to ride in parades. The floats, which also will travel over water, will include giant spiders and King Kong.

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Wynn Resorts, Limited

Wynn Resorts, Limited (NASDAQ:WYNN) was formed through Steve Wynn's purchase of the Desert Inn Resorts & Casino in 2000. The company went public in 2002 in the largest initial capitalization of a gaming entertainment company.
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Wynn Resorts, Limited

Wynn Resorts, Limited (NASDAQ:WYNN) was formed through Steve Wynn's purchase of the Desert Inn Resorts & Casino in 2000. The company went public in 2002 in the largest initial capitalization of a gaming entertainment company.
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