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Wrangler National Final Rodeo 2017?? Final count down already began and just 1 days to go to start the NFR 2017. If you already in Las Vegas then hope you really enjoy the atmosphere out there. If you not there then  you can feel the thrill bye closing your eyes. Lol.. But really if you not want to miss the thrilling of the NFR 2017 then you must have to watch NFR 2017 live whether you are in Las Vegas

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The Western-style saloon, featuring waitresses in black bikinis and cowboy hats, was doing crisp business on what is normally one of the slowest days in the week at one of the slowest times of the year for Las Vegas.

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It was one of several signs around Las Vegas that the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo — the equivalent of baseball’s World Series — had finally galloped into town.

The 10-day sporting event, which kicks off Thursday at the Thomas & Mack Center, is expected to bring more than 170,000 people to the city, generating a frenzy among hotels to lasso in the lucrative crowd.

The rodeo and concurrent events like the Cowboy Christmas trade show have a $100 million economic impact on the city, according to the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority.

The Sands Expo and Convention Center and Mandalay Bay will also hold cowboy trade shows. About 15,000 people will visit each of those shows on their busiest days, according to Chris Woodruff of event organizer Group W Productions.

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Putting on the Wrangler NFR is no small feat. Workers have to move thousands of tons of dirt into the Thomas & Mack Center in just a few days.

Overall, the event requires hundreds of people laboring more than 12 hours per day for two straight weeks, according to Justin Shaw, a rodeo spokesman.