CNBC’s Jane Wells was in Las Vegas at Mandalay Bay and the Hard Rock and caught up with Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley of KISS to talk about their new gaming machine ‘Rock and Roll All Nite!’. “We have to be proud to have our name and likeness on anything and then there are the ethics involved,” Simmons said. “We won’t get involved with cigarettes, no hard booze, other than that. As long as the quality of the product stands up to what we’ve done over the last 32 years, we’re happy to be involved with people who share our passion for big important things.” When Wells asked Stanley if gamblers would be any luckier playing their slot machine, the rocker leaned in as to kiss the reporter and said, “Depends what you consider lucky.”
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