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Show-Stoppers Come Out to Support Win-Win Nonprofit

Last updated: October 30, 2012 at 10:25 am. Posted by in Celebrities, Charity, Las Vegas Casinos. Comments Off on Show-Stoppers Come Out to Support Win-Win Nonprofit.

Las Vegas entertainers came out in force on Oct. 28, 2012 for a gala to benefit Win-Win Entertainment, a nonprofit that matches Las Vegas entertainers with charitable organizations.

Turf

This is Turf, a hip-hop contortionist dancer. And it's possible we should have warned you about this photo.

Win-Win Entertainment has provided services to organizations like The Shade Tree shelter, the American Cancer Society, St. Jude’s Ranch for Children, Nevada Partnership for Homeless Youth, the Lili Claire Foundation and others.

Win-Win Entertainment is the brain child of comedian-juggler Jeff Civillico (below), currently headlining at Imperial Palace.

Jeff Civillico

Jeff Civillico has a lot of plates in the air. Literally and figuratively.

Performers at the well-attended gala included magician Nathan Burton (currently at the Saxe Theater at The Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood), “America’s Got Talent” dancer Turf, The Australian Bee Gees, dancing duo Tango Fusion, the Coppola Rhythm Ensemble, singer Savannah Smith, The Las Vegas Tenors, Russ Merlin (“V, The Ultimate Variety Show,” in the V Theater at The Miracle Mile Shops), and one of this blog’s favorite Las Vegas acts of all time, the Skating Aratas (also in “V, The Ultimate Variety Show”).

Skating Aratas

Yes, this happened.

Former Chippendales host Bryan Chan hosted the fast-paced show at the South Point casino.

Check out more exclusive gala pics in our photo gallery, and learn more about Win-Win Entertainment. Yes, Vegas has a heart!

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