out of the gutter fundraiserDear Friends of Nevada SPCA:

We are hosting our 1st annual celebrity bowling tournament called Out of the Gutters on Sunday August 11th at 1pm at Sam’s Town (5111 Boulder Highway, Las Vegas). As a celebrity or highly regarded person in our community we would love it if you and your guest could be part of our fundraiser and bowl with participants. The red carpet begins at 12 noon and features rescued animals with celebrity attendees and invited guests. This is a family-friendly event and animal lovers of all ages are welcome.

We will also be raffling off prizes at this fundraiser. If you have show tickets or items you could donate, we would appreciate it so much. If you know someone that would like to sponsor the event for $250, please have them contact us as well. We will acknowledge all business sponsors and their donations on our web site, www.nevadaspca.org and on signage at the event.

Hypnotist Marc Savard and The Morning Blend Host Dao Vu will MC the fundraiser.

Sam’s Town’s Bowling Center features up to 56 lanes for bowling. We expect between 200-300 people.

This is an opportunity to enjoy a fun, meaningful afternoon, and showcase your products or community involvement. The money raised will help feed and care for the more than 800 animals at the shelter. Please contact Kathy Jung, president of Nevada SPCA, at kathlenejung@yahoo.com, Dao Vu at dvu@jrn.com, or Doug Duke at Nevada SPCA (702-873-7722 or nevadaspca@aol.com).


Dao Vu

Nevada SPCA (Nevada Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, Inc.) is a 501(c)(3) private not-for-profit organization.  Donations to Nevada SPCA are tax deductible to the fullest extent allowed by law. The Nevada SPCA’s primary mission is to save and protect animals in need in the community.  Nevada SPCA proudly operates a no-kill animal shelter, promotes humane education, makes referrals for low-cost spay/neuter and vaccination services to the public, and serves as an advocate by encouraging people to be the best possible guardians for the companion animals in their care.   There is no time limit for any animal at Nevada SPCA.  For more information: www.nevadaspca.org