Photos: Caesars Entertainment Donates 700 Clothing Items to Olive Crest

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The Quad headliner Jeff Civillico; Paris Las Vegas headliner Anthony Cools; Caesars Entertainment global president of market destination and Olive Crest board member Tom Jenkin; executive director of Olive Crest Doug Coombs; Caesars Entertainment regional president David Hoenemeyer. Photos: Gabe Ginsberg
The Quad headliner Jeff Civillico; Paris Las Vegas headliner Anthony Cools; Caesars Entertainment global president of market destination and Olive Crest board member Tom Jenkin; executive director of Olive Crest Doug Coombs; Caesars Entertainment regional president David Hoenemeyer. Photos: Gabe Ginsberg

Caesars Entertainment hosted a celebration inside The Windows Theatre at Bally’s Las Vegas on Thursday in honor of their partnership with Olive Crest, a national charity that is dedicated to treating and educating at-risk children. During the event more than 700 clothing items that were collected during an internal suit drive were donated to Olive Crest’s Project Independence, a program dedicated to help current and former foster youth obtain employment and/or enroll in post-secondary education.

Nearly 100 youths from Olive Crest and other youth-based programs were treated to an afternoon of food, words of wisdom from important community leaders including Commissioner Lawrence Weekly; executive director of Olive Crest, Doug Coombs; Caesars Entertainment executives David Hoenemeyer, Tom Jenkin and Fred Keeton; testimonials from two Olive Crest peers; and entertainment by Paris Las Vegas headliner Anthony Cools and The Quad headliner Jeff Civillico.

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