On November 10th, the Las Vegas nightlife industry came out to compete for the No.1 spot and bragging rights. The Ninth Annual Charity Ping Pong Palooza was a night of fun, drink specials, delicious appetizers and great competition. And, it was all for a really great cause.
UFC Bantamweight Fighter Miesha Tate hosted the event and nightlife industry teams came from all corner of the Las Vegas Strip. In an interview with Viva Vegas, a local online news publication, Miesha says she has had family members battle with cancer, so she can really get behind a good cause like Ping Pong Palooza.
The main objective of Sapphire Foundation for Prostate Cancer is helping men with prostate cancer that need financial assistance. When undergoing chemotherapy, the Sapphire Foundation assists with medical expenditures and other financial needs patients may encounter. They also hope to motivate men to get tested for the disease as early detection proves to be crucial in the treatment process.
The foundation established in 2003 and has generated over $1,500,000 in donations and sponsorships to benefit programs related to the disease, for prostate cancer research and financial assistance for survivors of this disease.
Sapphire Gentlemen’s Club, located at 3025 Sammy Davis Jr. Dr. in Las Vegas, is the largest strip club in the world, with well over 100,000-square-feet of topless entertainment. The club is open 24/7, 365 days a year to patrons 21 and over and features over 400 entertainers per night with premium bottle service and fine cigars for the customers. The massive Main Room houses three stages including the popular SkyStage over the famous RockStar VIP section with its clear catwalk to the private SkyBoxes. Sapphire serves the finest variety of cocktails, wines, champagne and cigars.