Tuesday, June 6, 2017

Drai's Partners With Charities To Help Out Our Community

An international leader in day and nightlife entertainment, Drai’s Las Vegas has partnered with local non-profit organizations Nevada Partnership for Homeless Youth, Boys & Girls Clubs of Southern Nevada, Arturo Cambeiro Elementary School, The Shade Tree and Friends of Las Vegas Metro Police Department Foundation for a long-term community outreach initiative throughout 2017. In an effort to support underserved populations in the Las Vegas Valley, the employees and patrons of Drai’s Beachclub • Nightclub • Afterhours will band together throughout the year to provide meaningful services and opportunities to those in the valley who need it most.

“Las Vegas is such a beautiful community and we’re proud to be a part of it,” shared Dustin Drai, talent coordinator at Drai’s Las Vegas. “We’re grateful for how much the community has embraced Drai’s over the past several years, and are looking forward to giving back and engaging with those who need assistance throughout the valley.”

Drai’s will kick off its long-term service initiative by partnering with the Nevada Partnership for Homeless Youth in  June, and will collaborate with the  Boys & Girls Clubs of Southern Nevada and Arturo Cambeiro Elementary School this summer, and The Shade Tree and Friends of Las Vegas Metro Police Department Foundation for various initiatives and engagements this fall. The 2017 Drai’s Cares service engagements include campus visits, supply grants, event sponsorships and more.

A one-of-a-kind experience, Drai’s Las Vegas is at the forefront of the ever-changing nightlife scene, offering live, full-length concerts and DJ sets by celebrated artists. Strategically located at the corner of Las Vegas Blvd. and Flamingo Blvd. on the rooftop of Caesars Entertainment’s 188-room boutique hotel The Cromwell, Drai’s Las Vegas takes entertainment and nightlife to new heights. For tickets and more information on Drai’s Las Vegas and the Drai’s Cares program, visit DraisLV.com.

1 comment:

  1. I must say that whenever i see acts of humanity, philanthropy and charity, my faith in humanity is restored. Those who are more fortunate have an inherent responsibility to help the less fortunate.