Meetings Give Back to Las Vegas Community

LAS VEGAS — Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) activities are becoming an increasingly popular aspect of the nearly 22,000 meetings and events that take place each year in Las Vegas. In 2017, a record-breaking 6.6 million delegates visited Las Vegas, a leading destination for business travel, according to the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority (LVCVA). The influx of events and business travelers heading to Las Vegas each year leave a lasting impact on Southern Nevada’s community through CSR initiatives. The LVCVA works with the meeting planners who organize of these…

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Veterans Village Begins Rehabilitation On First of its kind Women & Children’s Campus

Veterans Village Begins Rehabilitation On First of its kind Women & Children’s Campus LAS VEGAS – June 7, 2018 – PRLog — As Veterans Village begins construction on its 5th campus on Thursday, June 7, 2018 they are seeking funding and community partners to provide twenty housing units and services for female United States Veterans and Children and Women and Children from The Shade Tree. In response to the unique and unforeseen challenges female veterans face when they return home Veterans Village Las Vegas is pleased to announce that they…

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Las Vegas Dims Lights to Honor Victims and Heroes

LAS VEGAS — The lights of Las Vegas were dimmed for 11 minutes on Sunday, Oct. 8, 2017, to honor the victims and heroes of last week’s tragic event. The digital marquees along the iconic Las Vegas Strip and throughout the Las Vegas Valley darkened from 10:05 p.m. – 10:16 p.m. PST exactly one week after the event. Following the tribute, digital marquees throughout the valley displayed a message of resilience: “When Things Get Dark, Las Vegas Shines.” This message will remain in rotation until Monday morning. The Welcome to…

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Las Vegas Community Unites with #VegasStrong Marquee Tribute

LAS VEGAS — The iconic marquees of the Las Vegas Strip and throughout the Las Vegas Valley are displaying a message of strength, unity and gratitude in support of the destination. The digital signs on hotels and attractions included an image of the Las Vegas Strip and the words, “We’ve been there for you during the good times. Thank you for being there for us now. #VegasStrong.” The tribute started Tuesday, Oct. 3 at 6:30 p.m. and will run for the next 24-hours. On Monday, Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority President/CEO Rossi…

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