March 4, 2010
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Nevada Senator Harry Reid today joined President Obama in the Oval Office as he signed the Travel Promotion Act into law. Reid led the Senate in passing this legislation to help boost tourism in Nevada. Using the Las Vegas Convention and Visitor Authority's model for Las Vegas, the new law creates a public-private corporation that will market the United States around the globe as a tourist destination. "This bill will be a great boon for Nevada and will create at least 15,000 jobs for our state," said Reid.