Elvis tribute artist Jim Westover, left, of Arizona City, Ariz., gives a scarf to fan Juanita Curtice, of Woodbridge, Va. AP Photo/John Locher
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The white-suited, chest hair-baring, blue contact-wearing men posing with fans outside the showroom of the former Las Vegas Hilton don't want to be called Elvis impersonators.Like many ETAs, Frank Werth, a salesman from Hays, Kansas, buys his suits from B&K Enterprises, a company that employs the man who designed jumpsuits for Elvis himself.The intergenerational allure of Elvis was on display among the dozen or so people of all ages who came from Penticton, British Columbia, to Las Vegas to watch hometown boy Adam Fitzpatrick, 29, take home top honors at the contest.
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