You’ve probably seen the concept on popular TV shows and movies but have you gone Speed Dating yet? Pre-Dating® is the world’s largest speed dating service focused on single professionals and is a fun and efficient way to meet new people. You’ll meet up to a dozen other single professionals face-to-face in your age and interest group through a series of six minute “Pre-Dates” at a local club, café, or restaurant. We facilitate the whole thing so there’s no awkwardness, no pressure, no embarrassment and no games… just great fun! Pre-Dating then emails each guest a list of participants who would like to hear from them again! Odds are you’ll have one or more matches (more than two-thirds of Pre-Daters match with at least one person). Remember, now there’s a better way. Before you date…Pre-Date!
To sign up visit http://www.predating.com/speeddating/LV.php and use code TEKG
Las Vegas Freeze Improv will begin new classes and shows Wednesday November 9, 2011.
Contact us NOW!! LvFreeze.com
TEKG Entertainment in association with Cathouse lounge and Luxor Hotel & Casino presents the next level of live entertainment Saturday, October 8th at 8pm !!
“THE FUNKIN SEXY OPEN MIC @ CATHOUSE LOUNGE”
Featuring Sin City’s hottest local preforming artists, this event will be a blend of laughs, poetry, music, and special surprises.. The best part.. It’s FREE!!!
TO SIGN UP PLEASE VISIT WWW.TEKG.COM OR EMAIL GARLYN@TEKG.COM
A young sexy blonde was in Las Vegas. She was in the casino for about an hour until she felt thirsty. She went to the pop machine in the hall. She put $1.00 in and a Pepsi came out, she put another $1.00 in and another Pepsi came out, she put one last $1.00 in and another Pepsi came out. A man saw her, and he said: “What are you doing?” and the sexy blonde said: “Duh!! Winning!!!”
According to Doug Elfman of the Las Vegas Review Journal, a new ad campaign will highlight how un-cool it is to share your friends’ Vegas experience on social networks. Apparently, there has been enough Vegas sharing to go around! Why else would Vegas feel the need to portray these scenarios in their new ads? The ads, supposedly, will portray Vegas goers turning away their “former friends” for violating the “what happens stays here” policy. The new ads might be titled: “Protect the Moment” or “Vegas Violator.” Guess this all seems sort of hilarious because for years celebs have had to worry about these moments, now “mainstreet” does!
Written By: Clinton Rusthoven (LVfreeze)