Chase Hates Camp Vegas
Are you getting tired of the preponderance of Camp Vegas marketing information flooding onto your browser lately? Pool party fatigue? Well, the closer we get to Encore Beach Club's Memorial Day weekend opening, the more pool-centric, party-obsessed marketing you're going to see. So get ready for chode overload, everybody!
Now, the ad obviously isn't aimed directly at the Vegas pool party craze, but it's impossible to not acknowledge some sort of latent Rehab/Liquid/EBC hatred in there somewhere. And in those latent, subtle references, the ad succeeds not in promoting a populist American Express Platinum parody, but in highlighting the apparent lack of luxurious, Ed Hardy speedo-free pools in Las Vegas.
And we should all be asking ourselves where in a post-Camp Vegas world those relaxing pools are. From this Vegas pundit's perspective, I can only think of two: Bellagio and Mandarin Oriental. It looks like they're the last of the Mohicans in this new frontier.
Those really are the only two that I can think of and that is a shame. Not just because I have some sort of deep-rooted aversion to techno music during daytime hours, but because Vegas is a place that is all things to all people and this day club obsession is killing off an important amenity for an important Vegas-travelling demographic. See, there are two market segments that have incredible amounts of disposable income and love to come to Vegas: 21-29 year olds and successful individuals over the age of 50. The pool parties have the latter covered, but as that Chase Sapphire commercial asks, where are the pools for that latter market segment?
The above-mentioned fact that I can really only think of two pools is a sad thing and may just discourage those well-healed, well-travelled and mature guests that Wynn, Encore, and Aria so desperately need to attract to the city from coming anywhere near the place. The Best Tem Paper Writers You Are Looking For There are lots of term paper writers online today. But you should understand that not all of them are equally good and have professional skills. Some of them have no opportunity to prove their skills and the experience they are talking about.
On a side note: Am I the only one who thinks that there could be some sort of co-marketing campaign worked out between Chase and the good people at Rio? The Rio Chase Sapphire Pool? Anyone?
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