Off the Strip Provides an Open Platform for Everyone to Share Their Passion for Vegas

Las Vegas, Mar 27, 2019 ( – Off the Strip features amazing Vegas Stories by actors, athletes, cyberstars, locals, and performers who have visited the City of Las Vegas. The theme of the Vegas Stories is the restaurants, businesses, and activities people like to get involved in when they are in Las Vegas.

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Canadian actress Rachel Alice Marie Skarsten has visited Las Vegas and told her own Vegas Story. Rachel Alice Marie Skarsten is best known for her role as Dinah Lance on the television series Birds of Prey, Tamsin in Lost Girl and Elizabeth I of England in Reign.

Rachel’s favorite activity off the strip was going to the Red Rocks, which according to her was amazing and beautiful. She was there for a convention in Vegas and really had a fun time there. Rachel’s favorite activity on the strip was going to a Britney Spears concert.

Rachel has a funny Vegas story and according to her, “the first time I ever went to Vegas, I was 23, I was so excited to check out Vegas. I’d never been–I’d seen like CSI so, my friends and I went. I think I had about $75 for the entire weekend and I went with five girls. We stayed in the Excalibur, I know that’s not everyone’s favorite hotel, but it is my favorite Vegas hotel because we had so much fun there, they were so lovely. I had an entire weekend of incredible memories for $75.” 

About Off the Strip

Off the Strip has a strong focus on local businesses, restaurants, activities, and nightlife. While they include all types of business, they highlight those that are locally owned and/or locally operated establishments. 

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Whether you are a local who is looking for something new, or someone visiting Las Vegas that wants to explore the depth that Vegas has to offer, Off the Strip has the answers.

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