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Las Vegas’ first adults-only casino resort, Circa Resort and Casino, debuted a national television advertisement during the Major League Baseball Wild Card Series.



Starring Circa’s CEO and founder, Derek Stevens, the spot celebrates the property’s upcoming October 28 opening, marking the first ground-up casino project to open in Downtown Las Vegas in 40 years.

“We are set to open Circa’s doors at 12:01am in less than a month and we’re ready to bring the fun on a national scale,” said Stevens. “There is pent-up demand for Las Vegas experiences and this commercial hints at the ‘wow’ moments we plan to introduce. The countdown is on and we can’t wait to welcome guests on October 28.”

Setting the scene for a return to the entertainment for which Las Vegas has become renowned, the 30-second ad opens with sprawling view of the city’s skyline. Stevens serves as the commercial’s narrator, sharing his vision for the project and his passion for Las Vegas, admiring how the city constantly reinvents itself.

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The energy builds up with panned shots of Circa’s tower – the tallest building north of The Strip – as well as its outdoor pool amphitheater, Stadium Swim. The spot concludes with an appearance from the Downtown mogul himself, ushering in a new era of Vegas.

Located on the iconic Fremont Street Experience, Circa will honour the timeless spirit of Las Vegas while leading the charge for a bold new age punctuated by groundbreaking offerings. The impressive 777-room property will merge old-school Las Vegas hospitality with cutting-edge design and technology.

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