Fire and Ice: Bid on Some Hunky Firefighters for a Good Cause

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If you’ve ever wanted to date a firefighter, you have your chance this Saturday night when the 11th Annual Fire & Rain Bachelor Auction takes place at Rain Nightclub inside the Palms. Eighteen of Southern Nevada’s hunkiest bachelor firemen will be up for bids, with funds benefiting the Firefighters of Southern Nevada Burn Foundation.

Opening up the evening is singer/songwriter Ben Stone, with additional entertainment by some of the eligible bachelors. The auction includes bidding on VIP hotel stays, spa treatments, jewelry gift cards, body sculpting, dining gift cards and tickets to shows such as Peepshow, Fantasy, Ka, Blue Man Group and more.

Admission is $30 pre-sale for women ($35 at the door day of event) and $60 for men ($70 at the door). Tickets may be purchased at the Southern Nevada Burn Foundation Web site. All proceeds from the event will go toward the Firefighters of Southern Nevada Burn Foundation’s services and programs.

But we like the idea of the VIP booths. Gather a group of your friends and get floor-level seating for $750 or mid-level seating for $500. Each VIP booth purchase includes a hot fireman server to attend to your needs, Champagne, appetizer, desserts and goodie bags.

The Firefighters of Southern Nevada Burn Foundation, a non-profit organization guided by valley firefighters from Clark County Fire Department, Las Vegas Fire & Rescue, North Las Vegas Fire Department, Nellis Fire Department and Henderson Fire Department, is a charitable organization that reaches out to the Southern Nevada community, as well as the local Red Cross chapter, during catastrophic situations and lends a hand in areas where other organizations are unable to help. The organization provides assistance for sick or injured children through financial aid, clothing and furniture donations. More than 40,000 Las Vegas Valley residents have benefited from the Burn Foundation in the past two years and the organization has raised more than $1,150,000 for the Southern Nevada community since 2003.

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