Junior Achievement Of Southern Nevada to Host Inaugural “Suite Holidays” Event Dec. 17

Six major resort casinos on the Las Vegas Strip including Aria, Bellagio, Caesars Palace, The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, Mirage and The Venetian will open their doors to some never before seen ultra exclusive suites for the first annual “Suite Holidays” event on Saturday, December 17.

For $125 guests will not only be granted access to these luxury accommodations, but each resort will offer hors d’oeuvres and wine at each location and a complimentary shuttle service will be provided. There will also be a VIP preview event on Friday, December 16 that will be held in one of the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas’s premiere suites and will include a silent auction. Proceeds will benefit the local chapter of Junior Achievement of Southern Nevada, devoted to educating the youth of our community about key financial concepts to help them stay in school and prepare for the future workforce.

“We are delighted the resort community has opened its doors offering this one-of-a-kind opportunity,” said Junior Achievement of Southern Nevada President, Alan Diskin. “This must-attend event will provide an exclusive experience to our supporters while raising money to better prepare our youth by empowering them to own their financial success,” he added.

The event will offer the chance-of-a-lifetime to Junior Achievement supporters to preview the exclusive high roller suites at some of Las Vegas’ top resorts, which are usually reserved for the casino’s biggest customers and are rarely ever seen by the general public.

Guests will have access to select suites and be able to enjoy gourmet bites prepared by the resorts’ signature chef and paired with wine selections chosen by the sommeliers. Once guests have enjoyed the suite experience at one property, they will then be transported via shuttles to another resort so that all attendees have the opportunity to visit each property along the tour route.

At the suites, guests will have the chance to purchase raffle tickets to enter-to-win valuable prizes such as one-of-kind resort experiences valued at $1,500 each from each of the participating resorts.

Ticket Information:

This suite tour will be open to the general public for the price of $125 per person on Saturday, December 17, from 3pm – 10pm. The upgraded VIP package priced at $250 will boast the “Suite Holidays” tour experience on Saturday evening along with access to the preview night VIP reception on Friday, December 16 from 6pm – 9pm at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas in a luxury guest penthouse.

Tickets can be purchased by calling 702.214.0500 and online at www.jalasvegas.org. Raffle tickets can also be purchased online.

For guests interested in hotel accommodation on the Las Vegas Strip special hotel rates have been offered for attendees to enhance their experience.


Friday & Saturday – $140 rate for deluxe accommodations

Promotion Code: JAEVENT

Call Room Reservations at: 702.731.7110

Or Book Online:


 The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas:

Friday & Saturday – $140 City Room/Terrace Studio, $200 Terrace Suite and $300 Wraparound Suite

Promotion Code: EJASH1

Call Room Reservations at: 702.698.7575

Or Book Online:


Special Offer Code when booking online: ACHIEVE

This year, Junior Achievement of Southern Nevada celebrates 15 years of serving the Las Vegas valley area. To date the organization has impacted the lives of more than 150,000 students. Junior Achievement’s hands-on, experiential programs teach the key concepts of financial literacy, work readiness and entrepreneurship to young people in the community. This unique program is curricula based and meets Nevada State standards while educating and strengthening the future workforce of Nevada.

Junior Achievement of Southern Nevada was established in 1996 and partners with the Clark County School District to ensure that students receive curriculum based financial literacy training in the classroom. During the 2011-2012 school year, Junior Achievement of Southern Nevada will reach 20,000 kindergarten through twelfth-grade students in over 50 public and private schools and will utilize more than 500 volunteers to deliver programs that teach key financial concepts that will help students better understand the economy and their role in how the economy works. For more information visit www.jalasvegas.org.