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Forty-Foot Fleetwood Turns Heads in Las Vegas

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You can’t miss Star Frank’s 40-foot Fleetwood Pace Arrow motor home when it’s on the road. It’s the one with the 80- and 50-inch video screens promoting various events and businesses in Southern Nevada.

Frank’s Star of Vegas mobile lounge is the first of its kind in Southern Nevada, designed as an attention-getting mobile billboard as well as a mobile office for businesses or a party vehicle that can park for tailgating, post-prom gatherings or event after-parties, the Las Vegas Review-Journal reports.

It can hold more than 30 people at a time and is filled with plush amenities.

“Right now, we’re using it mostly for advertising and promotion,” Frank said. “But eventually, we’re hoping to make it available for rides, for private parties and as a mobile office.”

The Star of Vegas mobile lounge will be on public display at a high-traffic event this week. Frank said the vehicle will be parked near the entrance to the San Gennaro Feast, the valley’s largest Italian food and music festival, which opens Wednesday at the Grand Canyon Shopping Center, just west of the 215 Beltway at Flamingo Road.

He acquired the vehicle for $30,000, keeping the original Fleetwood eight-cylinder gasoline engine and stripped the interior down to its frame.

Since then, he has invested $130,000 in the vehicle, having the work completed by Apache RV Custom and Interior Design of Las Vegas.

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