Category: holidays

Las Vegas New Year’s Eve

VegasNYE2014In a little over a week, we bid adieu to 2014. Regardless of how good or how bad the year was to you, you want to spend your last moments of the year engaged in something truly memorable. You’ve picked the right city to end the year in as Sin City is a veritable mix of unforgettable memories, doled out by any number of entertaining venues.  How good of a start to 2015 you get is all reliant on what you’re doing in that 60 second timeframe between 11:59pm to 12:00am.

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Labor Day Weekend in Las Vegas

Las Vegas Labor Day

It’s almost September, which means two things. One, kids will be going back to school for many cities; but more importantly, Labor Day Weekend is right around the corner. If you haven’t made any plans yet, it’s time to get moving, especially since you’re looking to come to Vegas.

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Fourth of July on the Las Vegas Strip

Fourth of July 2014

There’s only one real way to celebrate the Independence of America and that is with an alcohol fueled, explosive night on the Strip. Las Vegas, like any other big American city, is going to host its own slew of events during the Fourth of July 2014 weekend, but it’s going to do so with a flair unique to the city. While friends and families will gather to throw some hamburgers and hotdogs on the grill, Las Vegas will open the doors to its most prolific nightclubs for a party as combustible as the fireworks that promise to finish the night off.

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The Super Bowl, Vegas Style

Superbowl

You would think that after the holidays, you would get a brief reprieve before the next big event – but alas, the Super Bowl is sitting there, taunting you with big sandwiches and crispy hot wings. So how do you plan on celebrating the big game this year? Are you going to wuss out and watch it from the comfort of your couch, or are you going to do it the “Vegas” way?

We recommend the Vegas way!!
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Vegas Holiday Shopping Guide

Christmas Gifts

With the holiday season upon us, some may find it a little odd that you’ve decided to take a trip to Las Vegas. While it may not be any of their business, there is the point that one or two may make regarding holiday shopping. If you have yet to actually go Christmas shopping, you aren’t leaving yourself a lot of time to hit the stores when you get back.
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New Years

Thanksgiving is finally over, which means one thing – the holiday season is upon us; and what awaits us as the end of this season? That’s right, New Years Eve. We know you want to party the night away this New Years, but you were too late booking your trip to Times Square. While we don’t think Vegas should ever be second to any other event, we understand the appeal of New York City. Regardless, Vegas will be here to ensure that you have that memorable New Years Eve experience you’ve been dying for.
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Corporate Holiday Party Planning Guide

Vegas Christmas Tree

It’s that time of year again when your office-mates start talking about the company pot luck. Remember last year, when half the office got sick either from the questionable tuna casserole or the indescribable meatloaf-thing. You can be the office hero this year and save everyone from the dreaded after effects of home cooking. All you need to do is follow our simple guide to corporate event planning for the holiday season.

From catering to transportation, we will take care of all aspects of your planned holiday event; and in the end, you will wind up with all of the glory.
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A Very Rainy Labor Day

lightening
If you’ve come to Vegas for Labor Day, chances are you have taken a look at the projected weather forecast and let out one deep sigh. On behalf of the entire city of Vegas and Mother Nature, we apologize for this unfortunate turn of events. It doesn’t rain often here, but as luck would have it, we are looking at a pretty dreary weekend. (more…)

Labor Day Weekend in Las Vegas

LV Labor Day Weekend
Any normal weekend in Las Vegas is chock full of events and activities to help pass the time, so you must be wondering what happens when a holiday like Labor Day rolls around. The simple answer? Things get far crazier than you would expect. (more…)