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The Best Vegas Casino Candy

Are you feeling lucky today? Well, if you are, there is a pretty good chance you will be lucky enough to come across some truly tasty candy! Here in our Vegas & Casino Candy section you will be dazzled by our Assorted Gold Coins and our fabulous Pink Poker Chips. Test your skill (at eating) with our mint chocolate Queen Truffle Cards! If of age, sample some of our savory chocolate Cocktail Creams over a game or two of Black Jack. Find these and many more in our Vegas & Casino Candy section!


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A Family Place

Welcome to Las VegasThe historic valley home of the Pauite Indians in modern day Nevada was dubbed Las Vegas or "The Meadows" by Spaniards of the Antonio Armijo party, as they passed through in 1829.  Though typically associated with the arid, Mojave desert, the Las Vegas area has long been a kind of oasis for weary travelers, first for its comparatively lush greenery supported by artesian wells and more recently for its luxurious casino-hotels, world famous nightlife and anything goes atmosphere.
Old Vegas
Settled by Mormon missionaries sent by Brigham Young but abandoned by 1857, the modern city's origins lend themselves to some great what-if scenarios.  Spending much of the 19th century as a remote western outpost of the territorial United States, Las Vegas seemed destined to remain under the radar until it gained notoriety as a railroad stop by 1905 and even some recognition as a small city by 1911. Used as an important staging area for mining operations for the first decades of the 20th century, Las Vegas truly began to boom when Nevada legalized gambling in 1931 and construction began on the Hoover Dam in 1935. The confluence of large influxes of labor and vastly expanded opportunities for leisure began to transform Las Vegas into a metropolitan center, as well as hot-bed of major organized crime.  While the underworld maintained a tight grip on Las Vegas for the next several decades, the arrival of many legitimate corporations-- including Howard Hughes' high-profile purchase of several of the city's casino-hotels and T.V. stations in the late sixties-- led the federal government to take an interest in cleaning up the city.  While still notorious for its seedier side, Las Vegas has successfully changed its image from a paradise of bachelors to a family place-- which is especially appropriate considering it is the marriage capital of the world.


    

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