LAS VEGAS (Reuters) – It was a meeting that would change the way most of the people at this year’s “Las Vegas Super Bowl” had ever seen their loved ones.
For a group of mostly young and ambitious entrepreneurs in their early 20s, it was the first time they had ever had such an intimate opportunity to share their business ideas and visions.
They were among the nearly 1,000 participants at a meeting on Sunday that was the biggest in the city’s history, with nearly 1 million tickets sold.
Las Vegas, home to the NFL’s most profitable team, is the second-largest city in the United States and a hub for the tourism industry.
But for many, the chance to be part of something as big as the Super Bowl is a way to prove they are capable of succeeding, said one attendee, a 25-year-old college student who declined to give her name.
She was among the more than 1,300 people who showed up for a meeting of the “Las Vergenas Super Bowl Host Committee,” the body that runs the event.
The committee is made up of corporate executives, local politicians and a number of entrepreneurs.
The meeting, which began on Sunday and ended on Tuesday, is an annual event that attracts hundreds of people who spend a few days on the Las Vegas Strip.
The Las Vegas Super Show is a three-day event that begins with a pre-game event, which features food, music and a chance to meet with sponsors.
The event ends with the kickoff party, with the winner receiving a chance at a $1 million prize.
The event was held in the convention center of Las Vegas, the home of the Superdome and home of a host of other attractions.
Many of the attendees at the “Super Bowl” meeting were from Silicon Valley, where a number are co-founders or entrepreneurs.
Some had been working in the tech industry for years, while others were looking for a challenge.
The idea was to get people to come to Las Vegas for the first-ever time and get a better understanding of what it was like to be an entrepreneur, said Josh Bielawski, a 27-year old from Boston who attended the event and was an investor in a venture capital firm.
It was an important opportunity to meet a group who had just come from a conference in New York City,” he said.
The attendees ranged from young and aspiring entrepreneurs who had never worked together before to older tech workers who had already established themselves in the industry.
The topic of the meeting was an industry-focused discussion about how to develop and deploy the technology in the next generation of products and services, and how to build relationships with local businesses and government officials, said Chris O’Brien, an event organizer and an executive at the venture capital company, Digital River Ventures.”
If you look at the big tech companies, they have always had a lot of technology and a lot more focus on sales and technology,” he added.
There are no rules about the way the Superbowl meets.
All participants have the right to leave if they don’t feel comfortable.
Participants can leave if someone is disruptive or disruptive in a way that disrupts the proceedings, and the person is not allowed to speak or be photographed.
The Super Bowl event is hosted by the Las Venegas Chamber of Commerce, which is part of the Chamber of Digital Commerce.
The Chamber is responsible for the “Silicon Valley Super Show,” a conference that is held at the Venetian hotel on the Strip each year, but the event was never a part of a larger conference.
The “Silent Auction” is held each year on February 6 in downtown Las Vegas.
It has more than 10,000 attendees, but most of them are from the tech sector.