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What's the biggest party you've ever been to?  Maybe one hundred or even a thousand attendees?  Think for a minute about a party with 17,000 people... can you even imagine?!  Amazon did just that when they hosted their Amazon Web Services re:Play Party back in December.  A custom 200 feet wide, 400 feet long, and 70 feet tall structure was designed just for this event.  It was overlaid with a video system containing more than 1.6 million LEDs, using 10 miles of electrical cable.  Oh, and they even had a couple of bartenders... make that 116 of them!  

To create this marvel, it took more than 35,000 man hours.  It was one of the most amazing parties in Vegas, which is saying something...  

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(Taken from BizBash.com)

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