Imagine Dragons Take Flight With ZERO-G to Benefit Tyler Robinson Foundation

Photo Credit: ZERO-G/Courtesy

Nearly $100,000 raised through Omaze and individual donors  to benefit families battling pediatric cancer

Earlier this year, Grammy Award-winning band Imagine Dragons teamed up with Xbox and Omaze to offer one lucky winner and a friend the chance to win a private ZERO-G flight with Imagine Dragons’ Dan Reynolds and Wayne Sermon, along with special guest Halo Infinite’s Master Chief, plus meet band members Daniel Platzman and Ben McKee on-site, and score a one-of-a-kind Xbox Series X console to take home, all in the name of Tyler Robinson Foundation. 

This past weekend, the two lucky winners, Michael and John from Toronto, as well as an individual TRF donor from Germany, was “On Top of the World” as they experienced zero gravity with Imagine Dragons to support their nonprofit organization, TRF.
Looking for the same once-in-a-lifetime experience while supporting TRF? Through Jan. 1, TRF supporters and fans alike can book a ZERO-G flight with code TRF15 and 15 percent of proceeding will go directly to TRF. 

In the eight years, TRF has served the pediatric cancer community, the nonprofit has provided support to more than 2,000 families around the globe and raised more than $12 million. Of every dollar, TRF raises, more than 85 percent goes directly to families in need. For more information or to learn more about TRF, visit TRF.org and follow TRF on FacebookTwitter and Instagram.

Read more local content on VegasNews.com