My main website is TheVegasTourist.com and on there I do a podcast where I get to interview people who make tourism work in Las Vegas. Lately, I have had the opportunity to interview several people from Boulder City. In this podcast, I got to interview the always on the go – Brina Marcus of Flightlinez Bootleg Canyon!
If you haven’t noticed recently, Boulder City is quickly becoming the adventure capital of Nevada and Flightlinez is in the center of it all. At the top of historic and beautiful Bootleg Canyon, you are surrounded by breathtaking views of Lake Mead, the Vegas Strip, Mt. Charleston and the Hoover Dam Bypass Bridge. On your adventure down the four runs, you reach speeds of up to 60 miles per hour!
Podcasts are an excellent way for business owners, especially those in the tourism market, to get noticed, become an authority in their niche and to promote their business as well as the places they live and work. In this case, this podcast does an amazing job, actually, Brina does, of promoting tourism for Boulder City.
The Vegas Tourist Podcast gets an average of 3,500 to 4,000 downloads within the first few weeks of launch. Then they are on the website and downloaded often for the life of that website. We have shows from six years ago that are still getting downloaded and consumed as well as commented on. Your message lives on!
For Brina, the adventure started out as a tourist visiting from Chicago. As a fitness instructor, she wanted more and found it with her first trip down the canyon. After getting her breath back, she asked about employment, she soon got her wish and then some!
Flightlinez Bootleg Canyon were also the operators of the original Zip Line on the Fremont Street Experience.
From ages 7 to 90, if you can handle a walk up a nature trail with a few switchbacks, you can experience a ride of a lifetime. We talk about the safety and the thrill of the Zip Line. Who, how and when to do it and about the various ways you can save a few bucks while getting out of the smokey casinos and into some nature for a day.
Note: This podcast was done as part of a series of Podcasts for The Las Vegas Territory
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Editors Note: This post was previously published on www.TheBoulderCityProject.com