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Thank You! For a great opening of T-Mobile Arena

A couple of months ago, I posted a thank you letter to the construction workers on T-Mobile Arena.  Since then we have completed construction (save for the normal “lists” of things we have to clean up and fix) and had a successful opening.  In the interim, we created a sign that resides in the arena (near section 4 and 5) to thank not only the construction workers but all others who helped us get here. I thought I’d share the photo, and my own thanks to all those we worked alongside over the months and years to make this dream a reality.

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Another photo struck me, I took it after the opening night concert by The Killers – while a fireworks show capped the night (to the tune of Mr. Brightside of course), we programmed a simple message on the video mesh wall on the front of the arena – “Thank You Las Vegas.” Given the support we have received from the local community (business leaders, community leaders, media, the general public), we owed this thank you most of all.

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The best part about this project is that we get to realize its potential over the long term, not an opening week. The purpose of T-Mobile Arena is to entertain a whole generation of visitors and Las Vegas residents. We have a lot of work to do to ensure we serve our guests the best we can, it takes a bit to get your legs when you open a new project. But we are already out of the gate strong, with unique experiences inside and out and great performances.

I hope you get to enjoy your favorite artist, fighter, athlete, etc. at T-Mobile Arena. We will do our best to ensure you have a great time, and we already owe you a big debt of gratitude for the support you’ve shown us so far.

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