Ronald McDonald House Charities of Greater Las Vegas was the most recent beneficiary of a SlotZilla zip line fundraiser, receiving $7,020 to assist families during their time of need.
Ronald McDonald himself kicked off the charity event on Feb. 26, 2015.
All SlotZilla ticket sales on Feb. 26, from noon to 6:00 p.m. were donated to Ronald McDonald House Charities, a nonprofit that provides temporary housing for families who travel to Las Vegas to receive medical treatment for their children.
Pictured above are, left to right: Thomas Bruny, Director of Marketing for Fremont Street Experience; Ronald McDonald, perhaps you’ve heard of him; Alyson McCarthy, Executive Director of Ronald McDonald House Charities; Jeff Victor, President of Fremont Street Experience.
Learn more about Ronald McDonald House Charities of Greater Las Vegas.
Ronald McDonald, the iconic mascot of McDonald’s restaurants, schmoozed with Fremont Street Experience visitors, then took to the skies on SlotZilla lower “Zipline.”
Later, Ronald went back for more, flying superhero-style on SlotZilla’s upper “Zoomline.” Guests on the Zoomline take off 114 feet and fly 1,750 feet, the full length of Fremont Street Experience.
Here’s a look at Ronald as he takes off from the SlotZilla tower.
To-date, Fremont Street Experience has donated more than $52,000 to Las Vegas nonprofit organizations through its SlotZilla Charity Challenges.
So far, our SlotZilla Charity Challenge partners have included the Firefighters of Southern Nevada Burn Foundation, American Heart Association, Susan G. Komen of Southern Nevada and Opportunity Village.
Take a look at more photos, below, from the SlotZilla charity day for Ronald McDonald House Charities of Greater Las Vegas, and look forward to more SlotZilla Charity Challenges soon.
Only in downtown Las Vegas can you fly on the world’s ultimate zip line, SlotZilla, and changes lives at the same time.