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Massive new Harley-Davidson store opens on the Strip

Massive new Harley-Davidson store opens on the Strip

Motorcycle lovers have a new place to indulge in their passion and it is right on the Las Vegas Strip.

The new Harley-Davidson store opened Tuesday morning just north of the Welcome to Las Vegas sign.

It is pretty massive. At 65,000 square feet, the building houses a dealership, rentals, a retail shop and even a riding academy.

“The power of two brands, Las Vegas and Harley-Davidson, when you combine them it’s a real attraction. We believe being here on Las Vegas Blvd we're going to expose the brand Harley to many, many hundreds of thousand of people who never really thought about Harley-Davidson and will want to come in and explore and hopefully become a rider and an enthusiasts,” owner Tim Cashman said.

On Saturday, you can help them celebrate the grand opening with an all-day event. There will even be a custom motorcycle raffle.


Kardashian store closing at Las Vegas Strip resort

LAS VEGAS (AP) -- After three years, the Kardashian family is closing a store at The Mirage Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas that was fashioned as a "celebrity lifestyle boutique."

MGM Resorts International spokesman Shant Apelian said Wednesday that "Kardashian Khaos" will close Oct. 30.

The store opened in November 2011, featuring souvenirs, T-shirts declaring family members as fan favorites, key chains, novelties, water bottles and other products endorsed by the Kardashian sisters -- Kim, Kourtney and Khloe -- and their mother Kris Jenner.

It also hosted periodic appearances by the Kardashians.



New retailer at SLS Las Vegas holding job fair

The iconic Southern California retailer Fred Segal will be opening stores inside the new SLS Las Vegas this fall and it needs workers.

The store will be holding a job fair Wednesday from 1 to 6 p.m. at Marshall Retail Group, 5385 Wynn Road.

Positions available include store managers, assistant managers and sales associates both part-time and full-time. In all, the store is looking to fill 60 positions.

The retailer will have seven boutiques scattered through out the newly remodeled property on the Las Vegas Strip.

People who could not attend Wednesday’s job fair can submit an application online at slslasvegas.com/careers

Macy's Offering Shop for a Cause Saturday

Macy's Offering Shop for a Cause Saturday

Shoppers will get a chance for a good deal and help women in need in southern Nevada this Saturday.

Macy's is again partnering with Dress for Success Southern Nevada to offer people a shopping pass for the eighth annual Shop for a Cause.

The passes are $5 with 100 percent of the sales going to Dress for Success. The passes give shoppers exclusive deals on regular, sale and clearance priced items at Macy's stores.

The shopping passes can be purchase at Dress for Success, 3400 West Desert Inn Road, #25, or by calling (702) 684-6412.

Dress for Success offers women in need access to professional wardrobes, a support network and career training to get and keep a good job. 

Strip Shopping Making a Comeback

Strip Shopping Making a Comeback


Shopping is making a comeback on the Las Vegas Strip.

Owners of The Fashion Show and the Grand Canal Shoppes announced Friday that retailers at both centers saw marked improvement in sales in 2012 and are expecting even more progress in 2013.

According to the Fashion Show, 14 of its retailers finished 2012 with annual sales well over $2,000 per square foot. Nearly 50 retailers posted double-digit sales increases over 2011.

Restaurants, women’s apparel and accessories, along with athletic wear performed the best.

The shopping center is getting several new stores this year, including Uno de 50, Vince Camuto, Robert Graham, Francesca’s Collection, LUSH Fresh Homemade Cosmetics, Joe’s Jeans and a Disney Store.

The Canal Shoppes also reported improved sales. According to the shoppes, nearly 40 retailers reported double-digit sales increases over 2011. Women’s accessories, including shoes, handbags and jewelry, lead the way.

Casino Shooting Range Plans Pulled

Casino Shooting Range Plans Pulled

Plans to build a gun store and shooting range at a mall inside a Strip casino have been scrapped for now.

Phase II Mall Subsidiary withdrew its application for a permit to operate a sporting goods, firearm sales and recreational facility from the Clark County Commission Wednesday. Gun maker Beretta was behind the effort.

The plan originally called for the facility to be built inside the Shoppes at the Palazzo.

County Commissioner Chris Guinchigliani had expressed deep concerns about the plans. She told 8 News NOW she wanted to see the company’s design and safety rules before she would vote.

There is no word on whether the company plans to resubmit the proposal.