SlotZilla Charity Challenge Raises $9,916 for Susan G. Komen Nevada

June 21, 2016

A recent installment of our SlotZilla Charity Challenge, where SlotZilla ticket sales are donated to a Las Vegas charity, resulted in a $9,916 donation to Susan G. Komen Nevada.

The SlotZilla Charity Challenge coincided with the organization’s 21st Annual Race for the Cure on May 7, 2016, an event in support of the nonprofit’s mission of ending breast cancer.

Learn more about Susan G. Komen Nevada at the group’s official Web site.

 

Komen ribbon

We even changed up SlotZilla’s “reels” in support of Susan G. Komen Nevada.

On-hand for a check presentation were, from left, Stephanie Kirby, Executive Director of Susan G. Komen Nevada, Thomas Bruny, Director of Marketing of Fremont Street Experience and Bridget Branch, Development & Mission Manager of Susan G. Komen Nevada.

susan_g_komen_2016_check.jpg And several random folks on SlotZilla's Zoomline, of course!

And several random folks on SlotZilla’s Zoomline, of course!

“Fremont Street Experience is a proud to host and sponsor the annual Race for the Cure event, so pairing it with the SlotZilla Charity Challenge was a natural fit,” said Bruny. “We’re thankful to everyone who came out to support this great cause not only at the race, but during the SlotZilla Charity Challenge. Thanks to the efforts of everyone involved, Susan G. Komen Nevada will have more funds to provide advocacy, education and resources for people affected by breast cancer.”

During our SlotZilla Charity Challenges, a window of time is chosen on a specific day, and during those hours, 100% of SlotZilla ticket sales go to a worthy organization.

To-date, more than $188,000 have been donated to Las Vegas nonprofits through the generous support of Fremont Street Experience’s member casinos. (Fremont Street Experience operates the SlotZilla zipline attraction.)

Breast cancer has personally touched the lives of many of us here at SlotZilla and Fremont Street Experience, and we’re proud to support Susan G. Komen Nevada in its efforts.

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