Auction proceeds to benefit community members through The Burn Survivor Initiative
LAS VEGAS, Nev. – Firefighters of Southern Nevada Burn Foundation will host its 16th Annual Firefighter Bachelor Auction on Friday, June 3 from 7 p.m. – 11:30 p.m with an after party to follow inside The Foundry at SLS Las Vegas.
Southern Nevada’s hottest and most eligible firefighter bachelors will be auctioned off to members of the community during the 16th Annual Firefighter Bachelor Auction. Bachelors will be paired with prize packages including premier hotel stays, a trip to Cabo San Lucas, Las Vegas show tickets, helicopter rides, spa treatments and much more. All proceeds from the auction will benefit individuals in the community through The Burn Survivor Initiative, a program that provides medical and emotional assistance to local burn survivors.
“Every year people get excited the Firefighter Bachelor Auction. It’s a fun way to bring the community together for a great cause,” said Warren Whitney, president of the Firefighters of Southern Nevada Burn Foundation. “We have a few tricks up our sleeve and look forward to a record breaking year!”
Sponsors for the event include SLS Las Vegas, Cadillac of Las Vegas, Las Vegas Designated Drivers, LLC and Love FrogKisser.
Early bird tickets start at $40 for females, $80 for men and $80 for couples. Standard pricing begins June 2. Gold and Silver VIP table packages are available and can be purchased at www.theburnfoundation.org. Tickets are limited.
About Firefighters of Southern Nevada Burn Foundation
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, Henderson Fire Department and National Security Test Site 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 50,000 Las Vegas Valley residents have benefited from the Burn Foundation in the past two years and the organization has raised more than $1,500,000 for the Southern Nevada community since 2003.