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After a quick buildout at its new location, Fukuburger is back in business on the Strip.

Can Fukuburger help refresh the Hawaiian Marketplace?

April 1st, 2015

After a quick buildout at its new location, Fukuburger is back in business on the Strip.

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  • MGM Grand just finished refurbishing its 254-foot-tall, 94-foot-wide sign on Las Vegas Boulevard, retrofitting the big “MGM” letters with more than 13,000 custom-made LED pucks ...

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