the mission of Win-Win Entertainment and catch a glimpse of the entertainment that the nonprofit provides. Former Chippendales host Bryan Chan moderated the fast-pace show, which was headlined by The Las Vegas Tenors, along with performances from “America’s Got Talent” dancer Turf, The Australian Bee Gees, Russ Merlin, and the Skating Aratas.
All proceeds from the event will go towards covering the operational expenses of Win-Win Entertainment so that it can offer its services to other nonprofits at no cost to them. Founder Jeff Civillico developed the idea of Win-Win Entertainment after seeing a need in the local Las Vegas charity community. “The annual event will not only raise funds, but also demonstrate how talented performers from the Las Vegas area can benefit nonprofits with their skills,” says Win-Win Entertainment founder Jeff Civillico. “I hope to provide entertainment to as many charitable organizations as possible and look forward to working with others in the Las Vegas community.” Learn more about the Las Vegas Entertainer (http://www.jeffcivillico.com) who created this organization, Jeff Civillico!
Win-Win Entertainment has already provided many charities in the Las Vegas area with its services such as The Shade Tree shelter, the American Cancer Society, St. Jude’s Ranch for Children, the Lili Claire Foundation.
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About Win-Win Entertainment:
Win-Win Entertainment is a non-profit that is a dedicated to helping other non-profit organizations. Win-Win Entertainment provides special event programming and renown talent to non-profit organizations. Win-Win Entertainment manages the entertainment aspect of charity events so that non-profits can focus on their overarching fundraising goals. For more information, please visit Win-
About Jeff Civillico: Comedy in Action:
Jeff Civillico headlines in his show “Comedy in Action” fulltime at the Imperial Palace at 2 p.m. His show is high-energy, very interactive, and perfect for all ages! Jeff's comedy show is a great way to spend an afternoon. Tickets are $33.00 for general admission and $44.00 for VIP, plus box office fees and taxes. Call the box office at 702.794.3261 or visit www.imperialpalace.com to purchase tickets. Find out more about Jeff on his website http://www.jeffcivillico.com.