Fremont Street Experience is going to be hosting another SlotZilla Charitable organization Challenge, this time around to profit Three Square Food Bank. Fremont Street Experience is going to be giving 100% of SlotZilla revenue to Three Square on Thursday, July 16 from 1 p.m. to 7 p.m. You will see a 1 p.m. media event where people of Three Square and native celebs are going to be on-site taking photos and flying on SlotZilla. The neighborhood celebs attending the big event include: UFC Hall of Famer Forrest Griffin, Professional BMX driver and tv personality Ricardo Laguna, Chef Ron Moonen, Miss Nevada US 2014 Lisa Song Sutton, Food Blogger Al Mancini, Chef Johnny Chapel and Chef Beni Velazquez. Flight occasions could be bought in the SlotZilla box office or could be reserved ahead of time online at www.vegasexperience.com.
“We developed the SlotZilla Charity Challenge concept as a fun and exciting way to give back to the community and we are honored to partner with Three Square Food Bank,” said Jeff Victor, president of Fremont Street Experience. ?Three Square is an amazing organization that provides hunger relief to people in need in Southern Nevada. Everyone that comes down to fly on SlotZilla on either the Zoomline or Zipline on Thursday, July 16 will be supporting a great cause with every dollar of revenue going to the Three Square.?
SlotZilla ticketing, will call and check-in office is situated near the SlotZilla takeoff tower on Fremont Street between 4th Street and Las Vegas Boulevard. Parking can be obtained at Fremont Street Experience parking garage with entrance off 4th Street just north of Carson.
Zipline – Flyers remove in the lower tier from the tower, 77 ft high and zip inside a traditional sitting-harness position with an 850-foot flight – half the size of Fremont Street Experience – to a mid-point landing platform situated between 3rd Street and Casino Center.
Zoomline – Flyers launch from 114 ft high and zoom in a horizontal ?superman? position going 35 miles per hour 1,750 ft over the entire length of Fremont Street Experience, and find a platform atop a recently built Primary Street Stage.
Children under 13 in age should be accompanied by a flyer age 13 or higher. Flyers must weigh between 60-300 pounds. for Zipline and 100-300 pounds for Zoomline, having a maximum 6?8? height for lower Zipline but no height limit on upper Zoomline. Flyers can’t be intoxicated by alcohol and drugs. Flyers shouldn’t ride should they have health issues, neck/shoulder problems, are pregnant, have heart trouble, issues with balance, or seizure disorders.