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Las Vegas Hooters hotel-casino sold, will become OYO Hotel

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    Adena Petker sorted cards at the calendar girl games area of Hooters hotel-casino in Las Vegas. The Hooters hotel-casino off the Las Vegas Strip has been sold to an Indian hotel company and will be rebranded as the OYO Hotel and Casino.

LAS VEGAS >> The Hooters hotel-casino off the Las Vegas Strip has been sold to an Indian hotel company and will be rebranded as the OYO Hotel and Casino.

The Las Vegas Review-Journal reports the hotel change is set to begin in September.

OYO and Highgate purchased the hotel from Junius Real Estate Partners and Trinity Hotel Investors LLC.

Spokeswoman Rachel Henry says the OYO will keep the Hooters restaurant in the rebranded hotel. Highgate will manage the property and Las Vegas-based Paragon Gaming will oversee the casino.

Terms of the deal have not been released.

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