Annual Christmas Tree Lane Home Display Tour Registration

Be a part of this year’s Christmas tree lane home display Tour! Register your address so the entire community can drive past to admire your Christmas display and say “Thank you” for the time and effort you spent decorating your home.

This year your display will be judged by the London Bridge Resort and your chance to win 1st, 2nd, or 3rd place based on décor. Prizes include a Staycation at the London Bridge Resort and dinner certificates at Martini Bay.

Registration Deadline is December

1, 2017. Name, addresses, also a map will be published in the local newspaper, the White Sheet, KJJJ, KNTR Talk, and KNTR Sports websites by December 15th. Decorations must be displayed December 10 – December 31, 2017. Contact Radio Central for more details at 928-855-9336.

Click the link below to sign up and email the completed form to traceye@myradiocentral.com

Annual Christmas Tree Lane ENTRY 2017

Annual Christmas Tree Lane Home Display Tour Registration

Be a part of this year’s Christmas tree lane home display Tour! Register your address so the entire community can drive past to admire your Christmas display and say “Thank you” for the time and effort you spent decorating your home.

This year your display will be judged by the London Bridge Resort and your chance to win 1st, 2nd, or 3rd place based on décor. Prizes include a Staycation at the London Bridge Resort and dinner certificates at Martini Bay.

Registration Deadline is December

1, 2017. Name, addresses, also a map will be published in the local newspaper, the White Sheet, KJJJ, KNTR Talk, and KNTR Sports websites by December 15th. Decorations must be displayed December 10 – December 31, 2017. Contact Radio Central for more details at 928-855-9336.

Click the link below to sign up and email the completed form to traceye@myradiocentral.com

Annual Christmas Tree Lane ENTRY 2017

2017 Thanksgiving Day Charity Event

 

 

 

 

 

 

2017

Thanksgiving Day Charity Event

The Golden Corral is teaming up with The Anonymous Angels Society this Thanksgiving to provide meals for people who come into the Golden Corral on Thanksgiving Day. Your donation, of even just $1, will provide a meal for someone who doesn’t have a place to go on Thanksgiving Day, or for a family who can’t afford to purchase a meal themselves. We hope that you find it in your heart to donate today when you pay for your meal. Thank you and God Bless!

The Golden Corral and The Anonymous Angels Society

2017 Thanksgiving Day Charity Event

 

 

 

 

 

 

2017

Thanksgiving Day Charity Event

The Golden Corral is teaming up with The Anonymous Angels Society this Thanksgiving to provide meals for people who come into the Golden Corral on Thanksgiving Day. Your donation, of even just $1, will provide a meal for someone who doesn’t have a place to go on Thanksgiving Day, or for a family who can’t afford to purchase a meal themselves. We hope that you find it in your heart to donate today when you pay for your meal. Thank you and God Bless!

The Golden Corral and The Anonymous Angels Society

Aquarius Announces Sixth Annual “Feed A Family” Program

Aquarius Announces Sixth Annual

“Feed A Family” Program

LAUGHLIN, NV – October 31, 2017 – For the sixth consecutive year, Aquarius Casino Resort announces the return of the highly successful “Feed A Family” program, an           ace | PLAY™ member points contribution program which helps local families who struggle with hunger during the holidays.

From Wednesday, November 1 through Monday, December 25, 2017, ace | PLAY card members can contribute points that will go directly to putting a Thanksgiving or Christmas meal on the table of a local tri-state family in need.

The program’s success has continued to grow.  Since the beginning we have fed 5,246 families or 20,984 people thanks to the incredible generosity of its ace | PLAY members who contributed points to the program!  Last year alone, Aquarius was able to feed 1,240 families, that’s 4,960 people. Aquarius is asking loyal ace | PLAY members to help top that number this year.

“We have witnessed the incredible kindness and generosity of our ace | PLAY members, and the success of this program is due to their willingness to give back to the community,” said Aquarius Casino Resort General Manager Sean Hammond. “Our goal is to make giving easy. There are so many families in our area that need just a little bit of assistance. We want to help make everyone’s holiday feel like a holiday.”

For every 12,000 ace | PLAY points contributed, Aquarius will purchase a box of holiday food items large enough for a family of four, including a 7 pound ham or a 12 pound turkey for Thanksgiving and Christmas. Plus potatoes, gravy, vegetables, rolls, cranberry sauce, stuffing, pie, and whipped cream, and donate it to food banks to distribute to local families. Contributions less than 12,000 points will be combined with other members’ points. Guest and Team Members of Aquarius can also donate cash to the program.

The Aquarius plans to help families in the tri-state community by working with these organizations: Colorado River Food Bank, Laughlin, NV; Food For Families, Bullhead City, AZ; Caring Hearts Food Ministry, Inc., Bullhead City, AZ; Golden Valley Food Bank, Golden Valley, AZ; Kingman Food Bank, Kingman, AZ; Cornerstone Mission, Kingman, AZ; The Interagency Council Food Bank, Lake Havasu City, AZ; Women’s Club of Needles, Needles, CA; and United Methodist, Fort Mohave, AZ.

The 6th Annual Christmas Tree Silent Auction begins Thanksgiving weekend.  We will be auctioning off 10 individually-themed Christmas trees adorned with ornaments donated by Aquarius guests.  They will be available for bidding beginning on Saturday, November 25, 2017.

For more information on the “Feed a Family” program, go to AquariusCasinoResort.com, or call 702-298-5028 or visit the ace | PLAY Center inside Aquarius.

Arizona is one of the worst states in the United States when it comes to child hunger. In Arizona, 1 in 4 children; 1 in 5 adults; and 1 in 7 seniors struggle with hunger every day. Children are more vulnerable to poverty and food-insecurity because they have to rely on others. The latest U.S. Census Bureau American Community Survey showed that 27.0% of children under the age of 18 in Arizona lived in poverty in 2014. 28.2% of children in Arizona have food-insecurity.

Nevada also experiences food-insecurity, in regards to children. In Clark County, more than 64% of children receive free and reduced-price meals. The child food-insecurity rate in Nevada is 28.1%, almost the same amount as Arizona.

Unemployment is another factor that affects the rate of food-insecurity and poverty. In August, 2016, both Arizona and Nevada were in the top rankings for highest unemployment rates in the United States. A great way to help combat the food-insecurity problem is to donate to local food banks that can distribute needed provisions and nutrition to these children.

For additional information about Aquarius Casino Resort, including reservation information, visit AquariusCasinoResort.com.

About Aquarius Casino Resort: Aquarius Casino Resort is the largest 24-hour gaming resort in Laughlin providing 1,906 rooms and suites and a 57,000-square-foot casino offering 1,250 state-of-the-art slot machines, the widest variety of favorite table games, and an all new non-smoking race and sportsbook. The Aquarius Casino Resort offers multiple amenities including restaurants to serve every taste from fine dining to casual dining – For more information, please call (800) 662-5825 or (702) 298-5111. For further information visit www.AquariusCasinoResort.com and check out the Special Offers and packages section.

MEDIA CONTACT:

Cris Robinson

702.298.5163

Cris.Robinson@theaquarius.com

Avoid A Spooktacular Shopping Trick This Halloween

 

Avoid A Spooktacular Shopping Trick This Halloween

(Mohave, AZ – October 18, 2017) With only a few weeks to Halloween, stores and websites offering costumes, decorations and more seem to be popping up overnight. Better Business Bureau (BBB) advises shoppers to do some research before making a purchase online or in-store.

According to the National Retail Federation, Halloween spending is expected to reach a record $9.1 billion this year, up 8.3 percent from last year’s record of $8.4 million.

Scammers will try to cash in on this trend and to help avoid chilling cons, BBB is offering five tips:

  1. Research the company: Check out the business at org to view its Business Profile and read what consumers have shared about their experience.
  2. Double check the site’s security: Only provide credit card information on secure sites. Look for the prefix “https://” in the URL box listing the website’s address to be ensure the site is secure.
  3. Ask questions at seasonal stores: If buying from a seasonal store, ask if it will be open after Halloween and if returns will be accepted. If not, consider taking more time to be sure the item is exactly what you want before making the purchase.
  4. Consider the pros and cons of renting vs. buying: Renting a costume that will be worn only once might be a good alternative to buying. While renting may be a smart way to get a great costume at a good price, keep in mind the item is used. Pay close attention to the condition of the costume before checking out to ensure you are not responsible for previous damage.
  5. Understand the return policy: Know the store’s refund and return policies before buying. For online orders, federal law requires goods and services be delivered within 30 days, unless a different delivery period is specifically stated by the merchant.

For more information you can trust, visit BBB.org.

BBB.ORG

For more information, or to schedule an interview with a BBB spokesperson, please contact Debi Pennington at 928-302-3701 or dpennington@arizonabbb.org.

About Better Business Bureau Serving Central, Northern & Western Arizona

BBB is an unbiased organization that sets and upholds high standards for fair and honest business behavior. In 2014, people turned to BBB more than 165 million times for BBB Business Reviews® on more than 4.7 million businesses and 11,000 charities, all available free at bbb.org.  Incorporated locally in 1938, BBB serving Central, Northern and Western Arizona is supported by over 11,400 BBB Accredited Businesses. Businesses that earn BBB Accreditation contractually agree and adhere to the organization’s high standards of ethical business behavior. BBB provides objective advice, free business reviews and charity reports, and educational information on topics affecting marketplace trust.

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