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Weather Las Vegas NV

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Transcript of Weather Las Vegas NV

qwerqwerqwer qwerqwerqwer Universities University of Nevada Collage of Southern Nevada SWOT Strengths Weaknesses Opportunities Threats Internal External Brand equity

Internet search leader

Strong market position

AdWords and AdSense programs

Ancillary services (Youtube, Gmail, etc)

Strong presence in professional networking space Inability to monetize Youtube

Weak presence in social networking space

Lack of product integration

Stock problems

No strategy for contraction

Skyrocketting cost for datacentre Increasing worldwide online ad spending

New acquisitions

Worldwide internet growth usage

Move into non-internet markets (i.e. Magazines, TV, Travel) Competition from Microsoft, Yahoo, Apple and smaller competitors

Reliance on Google network members

Privacy issues around content ownership

Slowdown in online ad-spend

Criticism against StreetView service *SWOT Info from WikiSWOT.com Geography Las Vegas The Spring Mountains lie to the west. Much of the landscape is rocky and dusty. Within the city, however, there are many lawns, trees and other greenery. Coordinates: 36° N 115°W
Location: South Eastern part of the United States
Las Vegas is situated on the arid dry desert
The city is in an arid basin surrounded by dry mountains.
Elevation: Around 2,030 ft (620 m) above sea level.

One of the fastest growing cities in the United States
Home to the World's Best Casinos, Resturants,
Shopping and Entertainment Economy 37 million visitors each year
Major attractions:
Unemployment rate: 4.0% (February 2005) / 13.9% (January 2009)
State income tax rate: None
State sales tax rate: 7.5%
Local income tax rate: None General Climate Yearly Average Temperature 1971-2000 Month Low High
Jan: 36.8° 57.1°
Feb: 41.4° 63.0°
Mar: 47.0° 69.5°
Apr: 53.9° 78.1°
May: 62.9° 87.8°
Jun: 72.3° 98.9°
Jul: 78.2° 104.1°
Aug: 76.7° 101.8°
Sept: 68.8° 93.8°
Oct: 56.5° 80.8°
Nov: 44.0° 66.0°
Dec: 36.6° 57.3° Coldest month: December 36.6°F
Warmest month: July 104.1°F Average Monthly Precpitation (In) Month Precipitation
Jan: 0.59in.
Feb: 0.69in.
Mar: 0.59in.
Apr: 0.15in.
May: 0.24in.
Jun: 0.08in.
Jul0: 0.44in.
Aug: 0.45in.
Sept: 0.31in.
Oct: 0.24in.
Nov: 0.31in.
Dec: 0.40in. Records Coldest Day: Jan 13, 1963 @ 8 Degrees F
Hottest Day: July 19, 2005 @ 117 Degrees F
Most Rainfall: Aug 20-1, 1957 with 2.59 Inches
Most Snowfall: Jan 4-5, 1974 with 9 Inches
Abnormal Weather Conditions December 17, 2008 - Snow on The Strip

A dust devil strikes a building on May 11, 2009 Weather and Climate Project 2010 Daniel Nozi Kieran Noah Topography broad desert valley in extreme southern Nevada Mountains surrounding Las Vegas are 2,000 to 10,000 feet above the valley floor Spring Mountain Range
Mt. Charleston @11,918 feet Las Vegas translates to "The Meadows" First Casino built Pair-o-Dice Club in 1931 Fun Facts Male: 50.8%
Female: 49.2% Population Population as of 2008: 1,865,746 19 out of 25 largest hotels are located in Las Vegas Famous people born in Las Vegas: Andre Agassi, Kurt Busch and
Pat Nixon Established in 1957
29,069 students
332-acre main campus
Team: Rebels
Mascot: Hey Reb
Nevada Desert Research Center
established in 1971
41,766 students
80-acre main campus
Team: Coyotes
Entertainment Capital of the World
39.4 million visitors in 2007
49 years old is the average age of visitors
13% of visitors are international travelers
Average gaming budget per trip, per person, was $556 in 2007
Median household income- $53,000
Median family income- $58,465
8.9% below poverty line
“Mancession” Many people in industry effected, mostly men.
Construction is a male dominated industry
Male population experienced unemployment of about 13.4% last in 12 months.
Female population experiencing unemployment of 9.4% last in 12 months.
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