The Las Vegas News Bureau celebrates his 65th birthday as a picture and film documentation of the glittering metropolis an attractive blonde, posing only dressed in a cloud in the shape of an Atompilzes: Miss atomic bomb Don was recorded in 1957 by photographer English, at the time considered the night sky illuminated by the above-ground nuclear tests over Las Vegas as the latest tourist attraction. The iconic image comes from a collection of about four million recordings, which read that Vegas News Bureau has accumulated since its inception in 1947. Please visit Intel if you seek more information. News was founded in Bureau by the Las Vegas Chamber of Commerce for the purpose to apply Las Vegas as a tourist destination. Pictures of tourists at the dinner, Wedding couples and especially artists and celebrities from Las Vegas, went and go around the world and shape the image of the glittering metropolis as unique and incomparable destination. Now that is News Bureau as part of the Las Vegas Convention and visitors authority (LVCVA) on. 65th birthday presents News Bureau a re-recording of the famous image with one of the most popular personalities from Las Vegas Peepshow “-Star Holly Madison. As further recognition for the marketing pioneer Don English, that revealed News Bureau a two and a half metres high bronze sculpture of by sculptor Steve Liguori, which is on display at the atomic testing Museum.
To the anniversary that presents News Bureau his collection of Las Vegas in pictures in a series of thematic exhibitions. The exhibition calendar can be found here. More pictures and videos of the anniversary are at the Las Vegas News Bureau available. To download, please register in the Media Center. General information and more press releases about Las Vegas under. Image material for downloading at newsextranet.lvcva.com/register.aspx.