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Mustang Ranch Brothel Expands, Reopens

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Kellene Stockwell
Channel 2 News
 

A new and improved Mustang Ranch is re-opening this week - and you're invited to check it out.

The world famous Mustang Ranch Resort has expanded absorbing the old Wild Horse Brothel facilities.

Storey County officials revoked the license for the Wild Horse last year, but this month they approved an expanded license for the Mustang Ranch.

The new resort features a 60,000 square foot facility with a full-service restaurant, two bars, two cabarets, swimming pools, spas, and of course - dozens of private bedrooms.

This Friday owner Lance Gilman and Madam Susan Austin will host the grand re-opening party for visitors 18 and over. 

The event includes free tours and souvenirs, food, live music, and more.

It starts at 4:00pm at the ranch, which is located on the Patrick exit off I-80 at 1011 Wild Horse Canyon Drive.

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