LAS VEGAS, NV (December 17, 2007) - The Four Queens Hotel & Casino employee family, led by owner Terry Caudill, partnered with several area organizations to sponsor a festive holiday party for the Las Vegas valley's homeless teens on Saturday, December 15.

The four-hour party took place at the Canyon Club in the Four Queens and brought holiday joy and the spirit of giving to local youth in need. In attendance were 90 homeless teens associated with Catholic Charities, Homeless Youth, and St. Thomas Moore. All of the food, many of the gifts and prizes and the site itself were donated by Terry Caudill. Gift cards to area retail stores and food chains were purchased and donated to the event by Four Queens employees.

"This was a great way for our Four Queens family to reach out and help others," said Terry Caudill. "We wanted to do something that was both fun and beneficial to the homeless youth of our community."

Duffle bags donated by NIKE were filled with gift cards, t-shirts and prizes for the teens. A live DJ provided a continuous mix of popular songs, and prizes were awarded for a dance contest and trivia events.

The Four Queens is committed to holding charity events that benefit the Las Vegas community during the holiday season.

About Four Queens
Four Queens Hotel & Casino is located in the heart of the Fremont Street Experience on Fremont Street and Casino Center Drive. The Four Queens offers 690 guest rooms and suites and award-winning dining at Hugo's Cellar, the Canyon Club its entertainment and dining venue, Magnolia's Veranda Cafe, Chicago Brewing Company and Cigar Bar and Queens Coffee and Deli. The casino floor boasts 30 table games and over 1,000 of the newest games featuring 100% ticket-in, ticket-out.