To our entertainment family,
It is with sadness that we write this message to you today. We offer our prayers and condolences to our fellow performers, behind-the-scenes technicians, and our friends and family who have been directly or indirectly affected by the tragic events of last evening.
Las Vegas is our home. We moved here like many of you to be part of the city’s exciting entertainment industry. As entertainers, it’s our job to shine under the bright stage lights and provide guests an escape from the daily grind of life. Last night’s incident may have dimmed the light on our great city, but the curtain will rise again, and the stage will be brighter than ever.
The entertainment industry is strong here in Las Vegas. It is humbling to see so many of our colleagues rise to the occasion to help those in need. We know that when times are tough our community will be there to support each other.
We are proud of the way the City of Las Vegas, Mayor Carolyn Goodman, Clark County Commission Chair Steve Sisolak, first responders, and many other civic leaders are managing this crisis. Below is a list of resources that we can utilize to offer the support and relief needed by our injured friends and their families.
Find the status of friends in Las Vegas.
For families looking to locate missing loved ones, please call 1-800-536-9488.
Station Casinos offers help with housing guests if needed.
Should you decide to donate blood, here’s a link to make a reservation: http://www.UnitedBloodServices.org
New location for Family Reunification Center is the Las Vegas Convention Center’s South Halls
Financial support is welcome via the official GoFundMe page.
We are here for you. If you need any assistance, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us. Stay safe and stay strong. Be there for each other. The show will go on.
Alex and Nick Karvounis
Founders, VegasAuditions.com | Vegas Report