Next stop on Revolution Force’s travel train, Affiliate Summit West.

Revolution Force is headed to Las Vegas for the 2020 Affiliate Summit West and to say we’re excited is an understatement. Each year thousands of affiliate marketing stakeholders gather under one roof to talk, network and inspire each other. And this year will be no different.

Our booth at the Meet Market is #1101, and we’ll be waiting for you attendees there to discuss our high-performing offers and how we can work together.


You didn’t think this would be the only message Revolution Force would be leaving in regards to Las Vegas. No, no, on the contrary. Our job isn’t quite over. We haven’t given you the juicy details on what to do while in Las Vegas or better known as “Sin City.” So, my fellow readers, sit back, grab a piece of paper and takes some notes on our Vegas recommendations.  

Let’s start with food.


Where are my Italian food lovers?  Enjoy an Italian cuisine in the The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas while overlooking the spectacular water fountain show.

The name Scarpetta comes from the Italian expression meaning “little shoe,” which is the shape bread takes when used to soak up a dish. Scarpetta is built on the idea of savoring each meal down to the very last taste, and if you’re craving a warm, hearty meal, then you’ll want to eat here.

SW & Cut

It’s hard to decide which steakhouse is better which is why we chose both!

SW Steakhouse

Honored for its fifth time by the Southern Nevada Concierge Association for the Best Steakhouse, SW features award-winning steaks by Chef David Walzog. The restaurant is found in the Wynn Hotel and is an excellent choice for a friendly, quiet dining setting.

Another popular favorite is Cut.

Cut by Wolfgang Puck offers premier steaks and exquisite fine-dining experience. Located on level one of the Palazzo Tower, the restaurant not only provides delicious steaks but a wine list with more than 500 options.  Steak, paring with a glass of fine wine, equals a very happy customer.


Classically trained in Tokyo, world -renowned chef Nobu Matsuhisa takes a traditional Japanese cuisine and introduces South American and Western flavors into it. It’s a popular style that continues to be a favorite among all dining guests and a place to enjoy some delicious sushi- Reserve a table from the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino.

Gordon Ramsay Burger

Looking for a simpler dish, say something like a burger? Well, we’ve got the perfect place. Gordon Ramsay Burger at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino takes traditional burgers, fries, and milkshakes, and adds an extra special touch to them. The prime cut meat is cooked on an open flame, the milkshakes have extra creamy pudding mixture, and the drink menu has an abundance of craft beers. YUMMY!

Did you say party?

If you’re looking for a party, then Vegas is the place to be. There are plenty of options for all you party animals and we’ve laid out our top picks.  

Omnia (EDM)

The 4-story club is in Caesars Palace and drops some impressive EDM beats. However, if you’re hoping for something on the hip hop side, then you can visit Heart of Omnia. That part of the club offers the hip hop lovers a place to bust a move.


More EDM music coming your way! Considered one of the most luxuriously designed nightclubs, XS includes a dance floor, outdoor patio and pool area. Yes, you read that right. There is a pool in the club. You’ll find this club at the Wynn Hotel.

Drai’s (Hip Hop)

Time to get your groove on and dance to some Hip Hop at Drai’s. The newly built Cromwell Hotel offers partygoers the opportunity to cut loose in the 65,000 square feet nightclub while listening to the most popular hip hop music.

Hakkasan (EDM)

Finally, more EDM at Hakkasan. Hakkasan at the MGM Grand offers five levels and 80,000 square feet of dance floors, lounges and restaurants. A little something for everyone.


Le Rêve- The Dream

Dive into the thrilling acrobatic fantasy world by watching the Le Rêve- The Dream show. The show holds reign for the Southern Nevada Hotel Concierge Association as the “Best Production Show” in Las Vegas for a record-breaking nine consecutive years- something you do not want to miss.

The Fountains at Bellagio

The show of water, music and light will make any viewer an admirer. Plus, it’s free!

Blue Man Group

The name itself should interest you in going. Blue man group? Who wouldn’t want to see three, BLUE, grown men, entertaining an audience? The blue man group is full of surprises that will take you through a journey of laughter and music.

Mandalay Bay Aquarium

The Shark Reef Aquarium, located in Mandalay Bay, is an unforgettable experience. The aquarium gives guests 14 exhibits devoted to the dangerous underwater predators, featuring a 1.3-million-gallon shipwreck through an acrylic tunnel.  Walk through the tunnel and see all the aquatic animals swim around you.

Jump from the Stratosphere

This suggestion is for all you thrill-seekers! SkyJump holds the Guinness World Record for the highest commercial decelerator descent facility. Find the Stratosphere Hotel and take the plunge off the 855 feet tall hotel into the Las Vegas strip. Jumps are available during day and night- whatever time tickles your fancy.


There isn’t much to say here, considering every place has gambling. From the second you step off the plane, you’ll be bombarded with flashing lights and the chance to win( hopefully not loose) money gambling at the airport slots. Nevertheless, we did find a few select gambling locations to share with you.

Poker lovers: head to the Bellagio. There are 40 mixed tables with limit and no-limit playing options.

Gambling with a view? Play in the Stratosphere hotel and overlook the Las Vegas strip.

Gutsy gamblers? Make your way to Aria. Aria offers a slot machine with a $5,000 pull.


Now that we’ve given you our top picks for Vegas, we have one request before we wrap up. Speak with our team about scheduling a meeting at ASW20. Spots are quickly filling up and we don’t want to miss the opportunity to speak with you.