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'SlotZilla' To Hit Downtown Las Vegas

New Firm Comes In To Take Zip Lining To New Heights

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Downtown Las Vegas will soon be home to “SlotZilla” — a structure which will send people out on zip lines across Fremont Street, the Associated Press reported.

The $11 million project went to Hawaiian firm Skyline.

The slot machine lookalike, penciled in to be about 130-feet high, will replace the tourist spot’s current zip lining business run by Bootleg Canyon Flightlines.

 
 
Tags: Las Vegas,   Downtown,   SlotZilla,   NV
 
 
 
 

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