A great moment for Las Vegas Monorail, the company transported 60 million people through their Monorail service. At that moment, the lucky rider was present and was given a package of gifts that included cards, special passes, discounts, free trips and many more.
The 60 millionth lucky rider was Steve Riley from San Diego. Steve and his wife Laura were greeted by the Host Committee Chairman and official Ambassador, Oscar Goodman with his signature martini. He was accompanied by the Monorail representatives, showgirls and bundles of prizes.
Monorail VP and Chief Marketing Officer was expressed his excitement by stating that they are very happy to welcome the 60 millionth rider. He also mentioned that they have added new destinations to the monorail strip to make it more thrilling and full of excitement. He mentioned the High Roller Observation Wheel, The Linq Entertainment Dinning and Shopping District. He did not forget to talk about the Cromwell and SLS Las Vegas which are all easily accessible from the monorail stations.
At this time of celebration the lucky rider was offered a bundle full of enjoyment represented in number of services and prizes. These prizes included dinner at The Palm Restaurant for two persons, Two tickets to jubilee and two tickets to Las Vegas High Roller by Caesars Entertainment, a pleasant journey from Grayline Las Vegas to Las Vegas Night Strip and helicopter ride for two, Raft trip by Black Canyon Adventures for two, a package of gifts by CSI and my Vegas, welcome sign by LVCVA, Dinner for two persons Pampas Brazillian Grille and two tickets to absinthe from Outdoor solutions.
Las Vegas Monorail is the best option for people who want to attend a show, fare, spend weekend and travel all over Las Vegas. This monorail has 7 stops, and all of them are full of beauty and entertainment. The new additions include The Linq, High Roller Observation Wheel, and the upcoming SLS Las Vegas and The Cromwell Botique Hotel.
The Monorail service has witnessed a substantial increase in both service receiving and revenue. The number of riders reached 1,148,619, 13.1 percent more than the last quarter of 2013. Also the revenue increased by 10.3 percent from last quarter and reached to $5,090,958, fare revenue. The launch of website has resulted in online traffic and advance sales of services.
Reisman said that they have been observing increase in ridership for last three quarters in the row. The system has completed 10 years of providing services to the local and the Las Vegas Visitors. This will be a good service for both the outsiders and the locals. Now more and more people can shop and book tickets online right as they sit on their beds.