Win-Win Entertainment, a local nonprofit organization that pairs performers with charity events, celebrated its second annual fundraiser show, “Headliners Bash,” presented by the John C. Kish Foundation, at The Quad on Friday. Hosted by Clint Holmes and Kelly Clinton, the event featured performances by Taylor Hicks and Jersey Boys from Paris Las Vegas, Mac King and Million Dollar Quartet from Harrah’s Las Vegas, 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 Las Vegas headliner Véronic DiCaire and Win-Win’s founder, The Quad headliner Jeff Civillico.
With more than 500 supporters in attendance, the “Headliners Bash” 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 one lucky winner won “the mother of all ticket giveaways” — two tickets to 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 the Las Vegas nonprofit community and fund other nonprofits with their fundraising events through 2014.
Founded by Civillico in July 2011, Win-Win Entertainment has arranged 25 events for nonprofits, including Spread the Word Nevada, Natural History Museum, Lili Claire Foundation, the Shade Tree and Grant a Gift Autism Foundation.
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