Are you a first responder? You might qualify for a free night at Wynn in Las Vegas
Wynn Las Vegas is doing something nice for the first responders — hospital and medical workers, police and firefighters — out there who’ve been on the front lines and could use a night out in Sin City. Wynn is offering those workers who qualify a free night at the resort, according to the Las Vegas Sun. Wynn opened June 4 and seems to have all sorts of safety measures in place for you to enjoy that night out amongst society.
To book a free room call 888-770-7913 and reference the code HERO. The offer is limited and based on availability.
In other Vegas news, how back is Vegas? Vegas is so back that Wet ‘n Wild is opening June 22. The park will operate at 50% normal capacity in accordance with social distancing requirements established by the state in its reopening plan of the economy after coronavirus closures.
And remember how Covid took like 10 days off from the national discussion? You’re about to be bombarded by it again. Now comes the battle against the WHO scientist and news about hospitalizations going up in certain states. Don’t say I didn’t warn you. Stay strong out there.
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