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What Happens When You Put 70 10xT Readers, a Magician, and an Open Bar in a Vegas Penthouse? This.

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By: Bryce Conway, Founder of 10xTravel.com

Hi Travel Junkies,

After throwing a banger of a party in 2017, we knew that we had to up our game for the 2018 Las Vegas Reader Meetup.

So we did.

We booked an even bigger (~4,000 square feet) Penthouse Suite and invited more readers. Who proceeded to buy up all of the available tickets in less than 30 seconds.

We hired a bartender and a flight attendant to serve drinks from a fully-stocked wet bar. Which included custom 10xT champagne shipped from Europe.

We even hired a magician. Who proceeded to steal the show in the best way possible.

The result of all of this? See for yourself.

So why did we do this?

Its simple. To say thank you for being the best readers on the internet. We appreciate all that you do for us and this is our way of showing it.

We also love to party in Las Vegas Penthouses. Which is definitely more fun with a crowd.

Thanks to 10xT Reader Kennedy Carey for once again creating an amazing video of the event. You can find Kennedy on Instagram or check out his company website here.

Also a big thanks to Johnny with King of Clubs Las Vegas for help with the accommodations and and event planning. If you are headed to Vegas be sure to reach out to him (Johnny@kingofclubslasvegas.com) and tell him Bryce sent you. You can even book this exact same suite from the video.

Congrats to our 10xT Las Vegas Giveaway Winners, Adel from Seattle and Clara from Atlanta! Each of whom won a free flight, hotel, limo ride, $100 cash, and tickets to the big event.

10xT 2018 Vegas Meetup

Congrats to the 2018 Giveaway Winners Adel and Clara!

And finally, thanks to everyone who attended the weekend’s events! Everything went perfectly and we had an absolute blast hanging out with all of you.

Most importantly, I didn’t have to call our insurance agent on Sunday morning and make a claim for what was left of a Vegas hotel suite.

So what do you think? Should we do it again next year?

Happy Travels,

Bryce

Editor’s Note: Opinions expressed here are author’s alone, not those of any bank, credit card issuer, hotel, airline, or other entity. This content has not been reviewed, approved or otherwise endorsed by any of the entities included within the post.

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