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Pink Elephant Games Offers Unique and Wacky Events For Fun Party People

Themed party busses and Strip “Amazing Race”-style events with hundreds of your soon-to-be closest friends? It’s happening sooner than you think. Pink Elephant Games, a new event company that is the grown-ups answer to college partying, launches on Sat, Aug. 1, 2009 with its inaugural event – Pajama Party Bus which starts off in Town Square’s Blue Martini.

The company was born when Rosen, founder of the premier event planning company for Las Vegas’ Singles, Get Out! Las Vegas, wanted to give people, but not just singles or couples or locals or tourists, something more than a nightclub or bar mingling experience. “I wanted to create a company that united people who wanted to have good, old-fashioned FUN, although there is nothing ‘old-fashioned’ about these events.” Rosen says. “In this case, Pink Elephant Games is all about getting in touch with a younger version of yourself — the version that didn’t have the same stresses or concerns we have today – and letting that person come out and enjoy the moment.”

The fun and wacky event company promises to avoid the cliché Las Vegas events that dot the social calendars and reach out to locals, tourists, singles, couples, partiers, adventurers… anyone with an interest in elevating their social life and participating in unique events. “So many people I have worked with have been there, done that,” she says. “They’ve gotten past the velvet rope, had their photos posted on event Web sites, enjoyed complimentary cocktails and networking. People expressed their desire for more and Pink Elephant Games is going to answer it.”

The company is also socially responsible. Pink Elephant Games has pledged to give 5 percent of its earnings to two nonprofit foundations, International Elephant Foundation whose mission is to support and operate elephant conservation and education programs.; and Whole Planet Foundation, whose mission is to provide innovative assistance for entrepreneurship – including direct microcredit loans and tangible support for other community partnership projects – all to create wealth and prosperity in emerging economies.

“While we may not be the most socially responsible, we are dedicated to being globally responsible,” says Rosen. “We want our events to have an impact beyond improving the social lives of Las Vegans.” The grown-up version of everyone’s favorite nights out, Pink Elephant Games is debuting on the Las Vegas social scene with two impressive events:

  • Saturday, Aug. 1: Pajama Party Bus— This event brings together hundreds of people at Blue Martini donning their pajamas, with instant access into the local hotspot. After an hour, revelers will be transported to an array of other hip venues to party the night away.
  • Saturday, Oct. 3: The Great Vegas Race – Two-person teams compete “Amazing Race”-style as they run around the Las Vegas Strip with 11 clues. The top 12 teams finishing earn tons of cool swag.

Other upcoming events include themed party bus events including the 80’s, Trailer Trash and Toga Party, as well as Canines & Cocktail Party, Bar Room Olympics, 18-Hole Beer Golf Pub Crawl and more.

For more information on Pink Elephant Games visit