For $100K you get to see Mayweather vs McGregor and have a Fantasy Come True

Las Vegas, where we know how to separate you from your money better than any other city in the world and we do it with a smile!  And if you have an extra $100,000 to spend on making your ultimate sports fantasy come true, Vegas has a deal for you. Actually, it’s part Las Vegas and part “over the hump to Pahrump!”  And it’s probably a fantasy you never knew you really had until now.


PAHRUMP, Nev. / June 15, 2017 – Las Vegas-area brothel and resort Sheri’s Ranch is pulling no punches, offering big-ticket fans the “Package of the Century” the weekend of August 26th’s highly-anticipated Floyd Mayweather Jr. – Conor McGregor fight in Las Vegas.

For a mere $100,000 per person, Sheri’s Ranch will provide 2 tickets to the August 26th Mayweather-McGregor bout at MGM Grand Garden Arena, roundtrip airfare to Las Vegas (from the continental United States only), car service from the airport to Sheri’s Ranch, and then to the fight and back, a weekend’s lodging in Sheri’s Ranch’s finest accommodations, and the finishing blow – the opportunity to enjoy quality time with all 24 ladies on the premises.

“The Mayweather-McGregor bout is a big deal for Las Vegas tourism, and will certainly bring in more customers than usual,” said Sheri’s Ranch’s owner Chuck Lee. “But for fight fans who want to experience the very best hedonism this city has to offer, it doesn’t get any better than the ‘Package of the Century’.”

High rollers have the opportunity to go 24-0 in Sheri’s scandalously-themed suites and six separate “role play” bungalows; a special 50 Shades of Grey-inspired Red Room of Pain, Sensory-Deprivation Sex, the Bathtub Blow Job, Silk Tie Oral Sex and Ben Wa Balls Spanking. Sheri’s also offers the only legal NURU massage experience in the country. As always, Sheri’s courtesans are highly skilled at fulfilling every fantasy in a safe, comfortable environment.

“We are always looking to create a memory for our customers that will last a lifetime,” says Lee.

Sheri’s Ranch is located at 10551 Homestead Road, Pahrump, NV 89061. For more information about Sheri’s, please visit the website.

Sheri’s Ranch is a legal brothel, resort, and spa located in Pahrump, Nevada, sixty miles west of Las Vegas. The Ranch was purchased by former Chicago homicide detective Chuck Lee in 2001 and was recently remodeled into a fantasyland of suites and bungalows with themes such as Lustful Locker Room, Naughty Classroom, and Geisha Girl Bedroom, based on customers’ most popular requests. With 20 acres of beautifully cultivated land, complete with a pool, Jacuzzi, and tennis courts, Sheri’s Ranch is a place where visitors can discover unequaled peace and relaxation. Lee has taken great care in maintaining a resort playground with the clients’ safety and privacy in mind.

More NASCAR Coming to Las Vegas!

This weekend will celebrate the 20th year of NASCAR in Las Vegas.  Today we learned that a second top-tier NASCAR Cup race will be added to the Las Vegas schedule beginning in the fall of  2018.  Las Vegas also gets another Truck Series race from the New Hampshire racetrack, as well as a stand-alone Xfinity Series race from the Kentucky Speedway to create a tripleheader racing weekend.

NASCAR Weekend 2017

Thursday night kicks off the 2017 Las Vegas NASCAR weekend with the almost annual Truck Haulers Parade down the Las Vegas Strip.  That starts at 6PM at the Welcome to Las Vegas sign and turns off the Strip at Sahara Avenue.  Get there early if you want a good spot and don’t worry about photos;  Nobody gets anything good as the lights bounce off the shiny chrome. Just enjoy the sights and the sounds of these big rigs with all their decals and glitter sparkling down the road!

Friday morning the gates open at 8AM at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway for Stratosphere Pole Day.  Saturday is the  Boyd Gaming 300 and Sunday is the Kobalt 400.  (Click here for details)

The race track is a continuous parade of entertainment and excitement.  Inside the Neon Garge area, you get to see the cars as they work on them, see the drivers and hear some great entertainment.  The RV park in the background is full of people partying and cheering on their drivers and the fans are all in a great mood and full of energy and excitement.The

The problem is usually the traffic getting there and getting back.  If you drive yourself or use private transportation, LEAVE EARLY to get there then wait a few hours before leaving the track.  Otherwise, pack a lunch and have some cold non-alcoholic beverages in the vehicle for the long, slow ride back to the Strip.  The traffic is always heavy and there will be a lot of construction.

The Las Vegas Motor Speedway is offering a shuttle service that runs from the Las Vegas Strip and will run down one of the runways at Nellis Airbase and end up at the track.  Avoiding the construction and congestion of Las Vegas Blvd or the I-15.  Shuttle Tickets and info here.

Or you can fly from the Maverick Helicopter terminal down by the Welcome sign and fly out there and back for $549 per person. (details)

The Kobalt 400 Race Track

The NASCAR Effect

When we talk NASCAR in Las Vegas, we always add in the “NASCAR Effect”  and that means even if you don’t want to fight the traffic and spend a day in the beautiful las Vegas spring sunshine on the track while also watching Nellis Air Force Base show off their wares above you, you can still join in the fun.

NASCAR fans coming to watch the race in Las Vegas, are known to bring a few other people along for the fun and they stay in town, in a casino or elsewhere.  Playing, gambling and having fun. So you can go on the Strip or down on Fremont Street and see the action and enjoy the people watching without the sunburn or the long drive.  You may have to pay for parking, but that’s another story!

It used to be a 2 to 1 ratio. For every out of town NASCAR fan at the track, 2 of their friends were on the Strip partying.

The Vegas Tourist will be on the scene, at the track and posting frequently on Facebook / Twitter /  Instagram  Send us your questions or say hello if you are there and want a shout out!!  We love to meet our fans and share stories!

(Photos: Tom Donoghue)

NASCAR Hauler Parade Returns!

After taking last year off,  one of the most unique NASCAR events is returning to Las Vegas.  The NASCAR Hauler Parade will begin at 6 p.m. at the south end at the Welcome to Las Vegas sign and conclude at Sahara Boulevard as the trucks make their way to I-15, then to head to the Speedway for the begining of NASCAR weekend in Las Vegas!

This event started as one of those “What if we” moments. An impromptu rolling of the trucks down the famed street in 2009.  It was so last minute, they didn’t even coordinate to shut any lanes off. They just went for it.  Word of mouth made spread so fast, that even on a short notice, the NASCAR fans quickly changed their plans and filled the sidewalks and walk-overs, hoping the news was true.

Now it’s more organized and the big 18-wheelers are polished up and the lights are all on as they make their way down the Strip, blaring their horns.  If you are in Las Vegas on that day, This is a MUST SEE event!  Get there early and stake out your location.  By 6pm, the sun will have sat and the crowds will be thick.  Just a warning:  Being after sunset, the chromed rigs look awesome reflecting off the bright casino lights, but are a B*tch to photograph!

Being Vegas, this is the only NASCAR city they do this in.  NASCAR Vegas week begins Friday with Stratosphere Pole Day.  Saturday is Boyd Gaming 300 and Sunday is the big NASCAR race:  The Kobalt 400.

(photo: Tom Donoghue)

The Domed Stadium Update

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The proposed 60,000 seat Las Vegas domed stadium keeps inching closer to reality.  Today, the Oakland Raiders submitted a proposed stadium lease agreement to the Las Vegas Stadium Authority ( the new governing board for the stadium) that calls for the team to pay rent of only $1 per year.

The Raiders President Marc Badain said the team is now focused on building the domed stadium on 62 acres between Russell Road and Hacienda Avenue between Polaris Avenue and Dean Martin Drive.  That is just west of Interstate 15 and the Mandalay Bay resort.

To give you a better idea of where exactly this is, I included a short video showing the land.  The land sits empty but the surrounding area is mostly warehouses and low-rise office buildings.  Many of them will probably be cleared to make more room for parking and other amenities.

The other location originally proposed was right across from the “Welcome to Las Vegas” sign and the end of one of the major runways at McCarren International Airport.  That location is currently a golf course and came with a lot of political strings attached.  Not to mention part of the land sits in the safety zone for the runways, meaning no building or very low structures.

The location now being looked at is not ideal but fits the needs and desires of the stadium.  It’s close to the Las Vegas Strip.  Close to the University of Nevada-Las Vegas (UNLV) campus for the college football team and fans and is close to the Interstate highway.



This weekend is the 2017 WORLD FINANCIAL GROUP CONTINENTAL CUP being held at the Orleans Arena at the Orleans Casino & Resort.  This is the 3rd time this event has been held in Las Vegas and each year it sells out days after the tickets go on sale.

Coming from Minnesota, you would think I would know this sport better.  Unfortunately, I don’t.  After watching some it the past three years its been held here, I wished I had. It’s actually a fun sport to watch once you see it live.  There is a reason they like to call it “Chess on Ice”  because it takes laser-like focus as an individual as well as a team to score.  At first glance, you may think it’s easy. Stay around and watch a match and you will see just what I mean.

Curling is a sport in which players slide stones on a sheet of ice towards a target area which is segmented into four concentric circles. It is related to bowls, boules and shuffleboard. Two teams, each with four players, take turns sliding heavy, polished granite stones, also called rocks, across the ice curling sheet towards the house, a circular target marked on the ice.[2] Each team has eight stones. The purpose is to accumulate the highest score for a game; points are scored for the stones resting closest to the centre of the house at the conclusion of each end, which is completed when both teams have thrown all of their stones. A game usually consists of eight or ten ends.. Wikipedia.


The competing teams are Team North America (Canda and the United States) vs. Team World (European nations)

Curling? In Las Vegas? In January?

Why Not?  Makes perfect sense with all the Canucks that come here every winter with all the other snowbirds.  Vegas is famous for holding championships of every kind (World Series of Beer Pong anybody?)  For all those venturing south for some fun in the sun, the pools are open and don’t have to be heated.  It’s not difficult to find a set or two of Bagpipes in Las Vegas for the Grand March and opening ceremonies.  It’s Vegas!

Although its “sold out” there are seats available for each “draw” (game) and they play Saturday with the final championship Draws on Sunday.  Details Here