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11/22/13 Las Vegas, NV Headliners Bash /Fundraiser
Topic Started: Nov 14 2013, 06:04 PM (1,811 Views)
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Friday, November 22, 2013

The Quad Hotel and Casino ( formerly The Imperial Palace )
3535 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109

Headliners Bash 2013
The Annual Win-Win Entertainment Fundraiser

The Q Theater at The QUAD Resort and Casino
Las Vegas, NV

TICKETS: $30, $50 and $70

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On Friday November 22, performers from many different Las Vegas strip shows will come together for the Headliners Bash 2013, a fundraising event benefiting Win-Win Entertainment. Join presenting sponsor KISH Family Foundation in support of this one-night extravaganza thanks to which Win-Win Entertainment will be able to continue to provide support for the local non-profits. Take advantage of one of the following Sponsorship Opportunity.


Frankie Moreno
Taylor Hicks
Mac King
Jeff Civillico
Members of Million Dollar Quartet
Recycled Percussion
Human Nature
The Kristef Brothers
Members of Jersey Boys
Members of Frank Marino's Divas
Lon Bronson Horns


Clint Holmes Kelly Clinton-Holmes

Presenting Sponsor – $7500 (1) – RESERVED by The KISH Foundation
•Name above title on all advertising collateral;
•Logo on all print, media and online collateral, including on-property;
•Banner ad on Win-Win Entertainment web site;
•Top placement in pre-show sponsor video loop;
•Inside front-cover and back cover placement of full-color ad in program book;
•Listing in Program book sponsors acknowledgement;
•Priority seating – 3 Premium Booths;
•Meet and greet backstage with participating artists and Win-Win Board members prior to the show.
Gold Sponsor – $4000 (4) – RESERVED by BASE Entertainment, Entertainment Benefits Group, & AEG Live (1 remaining spot)

•Logo on all print, media and online collateral, including on-property collateral;
•Inclusion in pre-show sponsors video loop; Full-page, full-color ad in the program;
•Reserved seating – 2 Premium Booths;
•Listing in program book sponsors acknowledgement;
•Meet and Greet backstage with participating artists and Win-Win Board Members prior to the show.
Silver Sponsor – $2250 (5) – RESERVED by The Caesars Foundation, Mark Wayman (3 remaining spots)
•Logo on all print, media and online collateral, excluding on-property collateral;
•Inclusion in pre-show sponsors video loop;
•Half-page, full-color ad in the program;
•Reserved seating – 1 Premium Booth;
•Listing in program book sponsors acknowledgement.
Bronze Sponsor – $1250 (6) – RESERVED by SPI Entertainment, Nite Tours, The Georgetown Club of Vegas (4 remaining spots)
•Logo on all print, media and online collateral, excluding on-property collateral;
•Inclusion in pre-show sponsors video loop;
•Reserved seating – 2 Table Seating tickets;
•Listing in program book sponsors acknowledgement.
Please contact Charles Béraud (email or 702.241.4991) for information on other sponsorship opportunities, or in-kind sponsorship recognition levels.

Program Book Ad Sales
Center trunk – $1500
Inside back cover - $1350
Full page - $900
Half page - $525

Ad Specs
Center trunk - 16.5” x 10.5”
Full page - 8” x 10.5”
Half page - 8” x 5.125”

High resolution (300 dpi or greater RGB/CMYK PDF or JPEG via email or to request FTP upload link.

Deadline: November 11, 2013 Information: Charles Béraud – fill out the form below, email or 702.241.4991

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The Quad Resort and Casino, formerly the Imperial Palace, is a casino and 2,640-room hotel on the Las Vegas Strip in Paradise, Nevada, owned and operated by Caesars Entertainment.

The Imperial Theatre showroom with 850 seats was completed and opened in June 1980.


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Brian Less - keyboard
David Keith - drums
Cody Farris - guitar


Takin' to The Streets


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1. Nicole Lucht
I'm beginning to suspect @alezafree has a thing for men on stage. Now she's swooning over @taylorhicks cover of Michael McDonald song #vegas

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2. Las Vegas Performers Join Forces to Support Nonprofit Win-Win Entertainment at “Headliners Bash”

Las Vegas entertainers from up and down The Strip came out in force to support a local charity, Win-Win Entertainment, on Nov. 22, 2013.

You know, Vegas.

Win-Win Entertainment is the brainchild of Quad headliner Jeff Civillico, whose “Comedy in Action” is one of our favorite family-friendly shows in Las Vegas.

Win-Win Entertainment connects Strip performers with charities, providing assistance with entertainment and other logistics to help nonprofits with their own fundraising efforts. Civillico describes the organization as “a charity’s charity.”

Jeff Civillico, second from left, goofs around with members of the “Million Dollar Quartet” cast.

The Win-Win Headliners Bash at The Quad featured a powerhouse line-up of Sin City performers.

Among those who performed were Frankie Moreno (Stratosphere headliner, pictured below) and Travis Cloer, who plays Frankie Valli in “Jersey Boys” at Paris Las Vegas.

Stud quotient, filled. Frankie Moreno performs at The Stratosphere.

A stand-out moment of the show came when Paris headliner Taylor Hicks took the stage. This guy is off-the-charts talented, and if you think you know what he can do from his win on “American Idol,” better think again.
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Taylor Hicks just grabbed the top spot on our list of “Shows We Want to See in Las Vegas.”
But the star power didn’t end there. Also appearing in the fundraiser were “Recycled Percussion” (who appear at The Quad) and several cast members from “Million Dollar Quartet” at Harrah’s.

Felice Garcia, the female lead of “Million Dollar Quartet.” You’re welcome.

Did you think we were done? The Headliners Bash audience was also treated to segments by comedy-balance artists The Kristef Brothers, a Shania Twain tribute artist from “Divas Las Vegas” at The Quad, and a song or two from the cast of Human Nature (performing at The Venetian). It was the first time Human Nature had performed on the stage since their move to Venetian after a successful run at The Quad.

Human Nature, complete with mustaches in honor of “Movember,” an effort which raises awareness about men’s health issues.

Garnering the longest standing ovation of the night was Véronic DiCaire, who headlines in “Véronic Voices” at Bally’s Las Vegas. The woman hit notes that haven’t even technically been invented yet.

When singing impressionist Véronic DiCaire performs, you get 10 shows in one.

Another of our favorite Strip performers, Mac King, added some magic and levity to the proceedings. He does one trick we’ve seen 140 times and still have no clue how it’s done. He holds an empty handkerchief in front of him (“It’s not empty!”), then asks a random person in the audience to shout out their favorite drink. This night, it was a Budweiser. Of course, under the handkerchief is a bottle of the beer. A real bottle, that specific brand, with actual beer. We’ll figure it out someday.

Please stop making us feel stupid, comedy-magician Mac King. Thanks.

The show was hosted by Las Vegas fixture Clint Holmes and his wife, Brenda.

Clint and Brenda Holmes are adorable. You can tell from the look.

Win-Win Entertainment founder Jeff Civillico kept a low profile at the Headliners Bash, but did perform some juggling with glowing clubs and balls. If you look closely, you can see he expertly threw his clubs in the shape of a flamingo, a shout-out to Flamingo Las Vegas, right next door to The Quad. Which we’re sure he did intentionally.

Use your imagination. This was the best photo we could get in the dark.

It was awesome seeing so many Las Vegas entertainers, and hundreds of supporters, coming out to help the community. Find out more about Win-Win Entertainment, and congrats to our buddy Jeff Civillico and everyone involved with this worthwhile charity.

Enjoy more photos, including at least two more of actress and singer Felice Garcia. Because we’re thorough like that.

3. Best of Vegas

Taylor Hicks, Veronic DiCaire Perform at The Quad for Charity

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This past Friday, Las Vegas headliners came out in big numbers to support the second annual fundraiser show “Headliners Bash” by local nonprofit organization Win-Win Entertainment. The event was presented by the John C. Kish Foundation at The Quad and included entertainment by such Strip stars as Taylor Hicks and Jersey Boys at the Paris, Mac King and Million Dollar Quartet from Harrah’s, Frankie Moreno from Stratosphere, Human Nature at The Venetian, the Kristef Brothers from “America’s Got Talent,” Frank Marino’s Divas and Recycled Percussion from The Quad, Bally’s vocal impressionist Veronic DiCaire and Win-Win’s founder, The Quad headliner Jeff Civillico. The evening’s hosts were Clint Holmes and Kelly Clinton.

The charity event raised more than $40,000 from ticket sales and silent auction items, including a private cabin on the Las Vegas High Roller, a guitar signed by multiple rock stars and two tickets to see Elton John, Rod Stewart, Shania Twain and Celine Dion at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace. The monies raised will help Win-Win’s fundamental work within Las Vegas nonprofit community and fun other nonprofits with their fundraising events through 2014.
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