Just in Time for Father's Day: America's Dads Prefer Caesar's Palace More Than the MGM Grand

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A YouGov.com survey found that America's dad's prefer the Caesar's Palace brand over that of the MGM Grand.  SCROLL DOWN FOR MORE

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Estefania Sanchez of YouGov advised gambling911.com: "Figures show, men with children under the age of 18 are most likely to recommend Caesars Palace, while members of the general public are more likely to advise MGM Grand to friends and family."

Such a survey would suggest that Caesar's might be prone to more bookings this Father's Day than MGM Grand.

"With Father's Day just around the corner, there's a good chance many Americans are asking themselves the familiar questions: What does dad want? What does my father need? How should we best celebrate dad this Sunday?"

Additional data from YouGov Profiles indicates that 77% of men with children under the age of 18 agree with the following statement: "A gift is an expression of how special someone is." Only 15% disagree.

You can access the full story here. Please let me know if you have any questions.

- Jagajeet Chiba, Gambling911.com

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