Frequently Asked Questions
FAQ entry 16.11:
What warnings, cautions, and suggestions do you have?
We're not trying to scare anybody off, but there are a few things
gathered from over the years that you should make note of.
Please be VERY careful if you're tempted to use any of the
various "adult" services such as escort agencies, outcall
entertainers, etc. These businesses advertise heavily, but often operate
outside of or just within the law and are poorly regulated. Incidents of
assault and attempted robbery have occured when dealing with these people.
Do not open your hotel room door unless you are absolutely sure
who it is. Do not even crack it, even if there is a security chain. If
you are not expecting anybody, did not phone room service, houskeeping,
maintenance, etc., do not open the door, but phone your hotel's security
If you're thinking of coming to DLV with the intention of picking up
some extra spending money by engaging in blatantly illegal activities
such as dealing drugs or practicing the world's oldest profession, STAY
AWAY! Those activities are not welcome at DLV. That's not what DLV is
all about. Never has been, never will be.
If you come to DLV with the expectation that you (or your group) will be
the center of attention, you will be disappointed. No person or group,
even the organizers and long-timers, acts in this role.
DON'T DRINK AND DRIVE! Sobriety checkpoints occur occasionally on weekend
Avoid appearing in mainstream public settings in any manner of dress
that might be too attention-getting or provocative.
Don't overdress! Casual is the norm for daytime wear in Las Vegas, and is common
in the evening as well. Dress to blend into the crowd. Save that glitzy
evening gown for the night we go to the showroom.
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