Will You Marry Me?
People love romantic stories. This article will tell you about a definitely colossal marriage proposal at Bally’s. It is for sure that Las Vegas weddings are extremely popular these days. They are suitable for every style, taste, preference, and budget. However, Las Vegas also boasts a number of epic marriage proposals. A couple from San Diego discovered at Bally’s Las Vegas is a cool example of epic marriage proposals. A business consultant, Jim Canfield, decided to propose to his soul mate Paige in Las Vegas, however, he wanted to make a unique, thrilling and unforgettable proposal. After some research, he contacted Bally’s Las Vegas. As a result, after hours of creative thinking and extensive planning, Jim proposed in an entirely awesome way.
So, Canfield cooked up a story about a special promotion, in which those people who were having a birthday could take a spin of the gigantic wheel of fortune at Bally’s. The day before the techs of this fruit machine had turned it off and replaced the typical symbols with the following message, saying “Will you marry me?” Thus, this intriguing wedding proposal went off without a hitch. To prove it there is exclusive video, which you can easily watch for free. Of course, Paige said “yes”. By the way, it is interesting to note that her first call was not to her friends or mother, but to her father. However, when she did this she found out that Jim was, in fact, old-school fabulous and he had already asked her father for her hand.
Needless to note, that colossal slot machine, which helped the young man to make a proposal is called “Colossus.” Meanwhile, those who work at Bally’s call it “Big Bertha.”
It was not the very first time a proposal to be done by means of the slot reel. The previous time was a decade ago. Those who want to do this should remember that it will cost the hotel $100 an hour for shutting the wheel of fortune down. “Big Bertha” was originally created by IGT, however, such gaming machines are no longer being manufactured. As a matter of fact, Bally’s featured two huge machines; however, to keep Colossus operating, one of them had to be dismantled for the parts. Were those large machines made today, they would cost from $80,000 up to $90,000.
The canoodling couple continued their celebration by having dinner at the Eiffel Tower Restaurant. In fact, it is known as one of the most romantic spots in Las Vegas.