NARSA SlotZilla Challenge 2017
Wed 1st February 2017
Zip the Strip for the Rangers Charity Foundation!
If you are lucky enough to be attending the 2017 North American Rangers Supporters Association Convention in Las Vegas this year, don’t miss your chance to take on SlotZilla! This is probably the most thrilling way to see downtown Las Vegas as you soar over Fremont Street on this 12-story, slot machine inspired zipline. This experience is arguably one of the best things to do in Las Vegas!
SlotZilla offers two ways to fly, the lower Zipline and the upper Zoomline -:
Zipline – Starting 77 feet up, flyers land halfway down the Fremont Street Experience pedestrian promenade, between the Four Queens and Fremont Casinos.
Zoomline – Starts 114 feet up and whisks flyers 1750 feet, all the way down the Fremont Street Experience, to a landing platform at the city’s historic Golden Gate Casino. The Zoomline is even more thrilling as it sends flyers prone, or ‘superhero-style’, for an unprecedented view of the party that never ends. Flyers can reach speeds of up to 40 miles per hour on the Zoomline.
To secure your place on the NARSA SlotZilla challenge, participants should pay a registration fee to the Rangers Charity Foundation. £30/$35 will secure your place on the Zipline or £40/ $45 will secure your place on the Zoomline. This cost will also cover your transport to and from the attraction.
We would ask that participants try to raise a minimum of £50/$50 for the Rangers Charity Foundation to help support our work making a difference on behalf of the Rangers Family. The money raised from this event could help the Foundation support the work of a number of amazing charity partners such as Unicef, Breast Cancer Care and Glasgow Children’s Hospital Charity. The Foundation also has over 20 community programmes such as Recovery with Rangers and Football Fans in Training which are making a real difference to people living locally to the Club.
Every single person who raises over £100 for the Foundation will become a True Blue Hero, which means you will be invited along to an exclusive reception at Ibrox and be presented with a medal by a first team player! If you cannot make it to the reception in person you will receive your medal along with a personal thank you letter from a player.
Rangers Charity Foundation volunteer Karen Watson has organised many successful NARSA challenges including the tough Grouse Grind hike and the CN Tower’s EdgeWalk Challenge. Karen will be at the convention and will be co coordinating the SlotZilla Challenge on the day.
To register for your place on the 2017 NARSA SlotZilla Challenge you can contact Karen directly – firstname.lastname@example.org Alternatively, contact the Rangers Charity Foundation on (+44) 0141 580 8775 to pay your registration fee and secure your place.