WEB EXTRA: Container Park general manager discusses Tony Hsieh’s impact on downtown Las Vegas

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LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — Tony Hsieh, former CEO of retail giant Zappos and founder of DTP, left a lasting impact on Las Vegas. The visionary who helped revitalize downtown Las Vegas died on Nov. 27 after succumbing to injuries he sustained in a Connecticut house fire earlier this month.

8 News Now spoke with James Gonzales, the general manager of Downtown Container Park, who expressed his gratitude for Hsieh’s impact on Fremont Street and small businesses in downtown Las Vegas.

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