LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic has taken a heavy toll on tourism in Las Vegas.
And businesses who rely on out-of-state visitors are trying to make a comeback.
The iconic Bonanza Gift Shop has been open since 1980 after transforming itself from a small casino and into the "World's Largest Gift Shop" with thousands of knickknacks.
However, the fallout from the pandemic has put a chill on the tourist hot spot.
During the shutdown, the shop was hoping to get financial relief from the government but it was denied.
Representatives with Bonanza said the store has stepped up their safety protocols as they have reopened during the current conditions.
Masks are required, social distancing is a must, and plexiglass is between employees and customers at the checkout windows.
Inside, the gift shop is selling hand sanitizer, masks, gloves, and more.
The Bonanza Gift Shop is located at 2400 S. Las Vegas Blvd., at Sahara Avenue.
And more information about the gift shop is available here.