It’s Time for the 2015 Heart & Stroke Walk and Run for the American Heart Association

We’re partnering with the American Heart Association in this year’s American Heart Association Las Vegas Heart & Stroke Walk on Nov. 7, 2015.

American Heart Association
The American Heart Association teams with millions of volunteers to fund research, fight for stronger public health policies, and provide tools to prevent and treat heart disease. Yes, they’re exhausted, but it’s a good kind of exhausted.

At this year’s event, featuring a 5K and one-mile walking route as well as a timed 5K Heart run, more than 5,000 health-minded Las Vegas residents will walk or run with family, friends and survivors of heart disease and stroke.

In conjuntion with the event, we’ll donate 100% of all revenue from SlotZilla Zipline and Zoomline flights (10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.) to the American Heart Association. Tickets are $40 for the upper, superhero-style Zoomline and $20 for the lower Zipline.

Slotzilla Zoomline Four Flyers
Zipping and zooming on the SlotZilla zip line is a fun way to make a difference in the community.

To-date, our SlotZilla Charity Challenge series has resulted in more than $106,000 donated to Las Vegas charities, including last year’s donation to the American Heart Association of $15,940.

SlotZilla tickets can be purchased online or in person at the SlotZilla ticket office, located at the base of the SlotZilla take-off tower on Fremont Street between 4th Street and Las Vegas Boulevard. You sort of can’t miss it, it’s a giant slot machine.

“We are honored to be hosting the Heart & Stroke Walk and Run once again,” said Tom Bruny, Director of Marketing of Fremont Street Experience. “We will be welcoming thousands of walkers as they step out to support a meaningful cause. We encourage people to stay after the walk to fly on SlotZilla because 100% of all revenue from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. will go to the American Heart Association.”

Parking is available at Fremont Street Experience parking garage with entrance off 4th Street just north of Carson.

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