TICKETS NOW ON SALE FOR LAS VEGAS HIGH ROLLER
Ushering in a new era of excitement in entertainment, the Las Vegas High Roller, the world’s tallest observation wheel, will officially opened Monday, March 31 at The LINQ. An icon for modern Las Vegas, The Strip’s newest attraction will begin welcoming ticketed passengers at 1 p.m. Pacific Time.
A variety of ticket packages for the attraction are now available for purchase online with daytime prices beginning at $24.95 plus applicable fees. Tickets also may be purchased on-site at the High Roller as well as locations throughout The LINQ. The High Roller will operate seven days a week, 365 days a year.
Standing more than 100-feet taller than the iconic London Eye, the High Roller features 28 glass-enclosed cabins each equipped to hold up to 40 passengers. High Roller riders will be treated to unparalleled views of the Las Vegas Strip and surrounding valley during the 30 minutes it takes the wheel to complete one full rotation. The experience includes a dynamic video and music show that fades away seamlessly as the wheel ascends to showcase the most impressive views of the Las Vegas valley.
We have partnered with All We Want Is Love this year to help spread the awareness on human trafficking. Below is a page of information from their website. Be sure to follow them on Facebook and follow us to make sure you stay up to date on ways you can help.
While most people think of slavery as a thing of the past, modern slavery is growing faster than most businesses in the world. There are more than 30 million persons enslaved throughout the world today.
Size and scope of this industry is hard for most to imagine when you learn that the selling of human beings is a $32 billion dollar per year industry. In a world driven on capitalism and profit, it’s no surprise that this is a hard industry to crack.
Many may think how can this create a $32 billion dollar industry but slavery exists in most things people consume on a regular basis. From the worker in a restaurant who is unpaid, the coffee we consume to stay awake every morning, to pieces of our cell phones and computers, to the labor and textiles in the clothing on our backs, we’ve created a society that wants more for less. We have been programmed to want more things at the lowest price. If you knew that low price cost someone their life would you change your habits?
Outside of items, the largest portion of human trafficking today comes from the sex-trade. Human beings of all ages, races, and statuses are sold for sex for the extreme profit of traffickers and their beneficiaries.
Traffickers, pimps, and recruiters target vulnerable individuals and groups through deceit, false promises, fraud, coercion, and a false sense of hope with the intention to bring them into slavery. Sex trafficking often starts with a grooming period by pimps and traffickers to gain the trust of their targets. Mental manipulation may occur for a period of weeks or years with the ultimate goal of exploitation. Understanding the vulnerability pimps seek can help to understand a shift in the amount of trafficking that occurs.
1) The action of trafficking which means the recruitment, transportation, transfer, harboring or receipt of persons
2) The means of trafficking which includes threat of or use of force, deception, coercion, abuse of power or position of vulnerability
3) The purpose of trafficking which is always exploitation. In the words of the Trafficking Protocol, article 3 “exploitation shall include, at a minimum, the exploitation of the prostitution of others or other forms of sexual exploitation, forced labor or services, slavery or practices similar to slavery, servitude or the removal of organs
We are celebrating Christmas this year by having a huge Christmas party bash at Harrahs Cherokee & Atlantic City!!! Be sure to Be sure to join us for the festivities. CALL US TODAY 704-542-7772.
BUS TRIP LINE UP
Cocktails start at 5:30
Dinner starts at 6:00
Live music, and great entertainment through out the whole night.
Be sure to bring a toy for our toy drive with “A Childs Place”
Join us this holiday season by donating toys, jackets, and hygiene products to “A Child’s Place”. We will be collecting these items in our office and before each of our trips during the month of December. To learn more about how you can help with A Childs Place click here. To partner in our food drive this month click here.
Child’s Place client children are always in need of:
November Featured Organization
Be sure to read the list below to see some of the most needed foods:
|Canned Meats||Canned Fish||Other Items|
|ChickenTurkeyHamBeef Stew||TunaMackerelSalmon||Peanut ButterPastaRiceDeluxe Macaroni & Cheese
|Canned Vegetables||Canned Fruits||Non-food Items|
|BeansCornPotatoes||PearsApplesPeaches||Laundry and Dish DetergentShampooDeodorantPet Food|
So bring your canned food items to our office at 8033 Corporate Center Drive Suite #200, Charlotte, NC 28226. Or bring them with you before you leave on your next trip. Thank you so much for helping our community.
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