What’s the cost of artificial turf in Vegas?

Las Vegas, NV–(BUSINESS WIRE)–(BUSOTIME)–(AUGUST 31, 2019)–(Newswire)–The world’s largest online retailer, Amazon.com, today announced that it has reached an agreement with the company’s gyms in Las Vegas and Las Vegas International Airport to allow for the use of artificial grass for both indoor and outdoor gyms.

Under the agreement, Amazon will pay for artificial grass to be installed in both gyms, which are expected to provide more than 5 million square feet of indoor space for both gyMSAs, including the gym’s existing indoor pool.

The gyms will have the option to choose between artificial grass, which is used for recreational use, or natural grass, a grass that is grown in artificial turf.

Under Amazon’s terms of the agreement with MGM Resorts, gyms are expected meet minimum operational requirements for artificial turf to be available to meet demand and ensure the health and safety of its guests.

In addition, Amazon is committed to continuing to provide access to a wide range of products and services at its Gyms.

In addition, the gyms also will have access to Amazon’s cloud-based customer service.

The agreement is expected to have a material effect on the company.

For additional information, please visit www.amazon.com/gmb/gyms.

Amazon is the world’s leading online retailer.

For more information, visit www:www.amazon-usa.com