Las Vegas has long been a destination for weddings. And in recent years, it's become a destination for same-sex couples to get married.
The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority recently released a new video encouraging same-sex couples to get married in Las Vegas.
"Oh that's good," said Ron DeCar of Viva Las Vegas wedding chapels. "It's a great video. Very good."
Viva Las Vegas has been performing commitment ceremonies for same-sex couples since it opened in 1999. Now that same-sex marriage has been legal nationwide for nearly two years, the chapel has seen an almost 40 percent increase in same-sex weddings.
"I think it shows Vegas in a great light," DeCar said. "It shows that we're not discriminating, that you are welcome here."
To date, Clark County has issued more than 11,000 same-sex marriage licenses.