The upcoming move by Oakland Raiders in Las Vegas in 2020 from the opening ceremony on Monday, featuring nearly 1,000 guests, officials and media, one step closer to reality.
The event is glamorous in strips on the Strip, Carlos Santana and Wayne Newton in the first place and George Lopez as the master of the ceremony. He had the power of the NFL and owner Robert Kraft, Dean Spanos, Stan Kroenke and Commissar Roger Goodell NFL – and the fear of photographers Raiders Howie Long Fred Biletnikoff, Tom Flores, Jim Plunkett, and Cliff Branch.
He presented 58 victims on October 1st with a moving tribute to the recording of the light of the streams in heaven and music Judith Hill and the choir. “Just in Las Vegas,” Goodell said, “you can turn a pioneering celebration into the show.”
The owner of Raiders Mark Davis said, “I hope my father is proud”
Shortly thereafter, casino mogul Sheldon Adelson revealed his interest in the oversized stadium near the UNLV campus in the building that could be shared by a professional team and school.
The lobby has begun, and Nevada’s legislative authority has approved a tax increase to help the $ 750 million project. Adelson then withdrew his 650m-dollar promise from the project, and Raiders chose second place for the stadium. The Bank of America loan was replaced by Adelsona. UNLV and Raiders continue to share the stadium, but a joint agreement is still in progress. Contractors have a custom deadline as they plan to complete the stadium in time for the 2020 season.
President Raider, Marc Badain, a $ 1.9 billion dome and 65,000 grassy seats inside and outside the stadium will start off as a scary project.
“We know that the labor force here is doing things that no other market can do,” Badain, who also said that the early Adelsona work had been recognized.