Lights Illuminate the Night at Harrah’s

Sept. 4, 2009
AT Weekly, Advancing Technology in Commercial Buildings

Harrah’s wouldn’t settle for a mere billboard for its new hotel – nor did it get one. Instead, the gaming and entertainment giant rolled the dice and came up with a showstopper that all but halts motorists in their tracks.

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