Candid Las Vegas Committed to Charitable Initiatives and Corporate Partnerships
FARMINGDALE, N.Y. — March 7, 2019 — Candid Worldwide / Candid Litho Las Vegas was honored to have co-sponsored the 1st Annual St. Jude’s Ranch for Children’s Gift of Love Charity Golf Outing on February 12, 2019 at the South Highlands Golf Club.
The St. Jude’s Ranch for Children provides a safe, nurturing home with therapeutic residential treatment services to thousands of abused and neglected children in Nevada.
Donating items to the outing alongside several other local Las Vegas businesses, Candid Worldwide contributed signage across the golf course and inside the clubhouse for the event. Candid Worldwide CEO, Howard Weinstein, the new Candid Las Vegas Vice president of sales, Jason Murphy, and former UNLV rebel & PGA golfer, Jeremy Anderson went on to win the tournament.
Candid Las Vegas has also partnered with Boyd Gaming s recently renovated Orleans Arena to provide large format event graphics. The Candid Suite at the Orleans Arena is now a permanent fixture of the nearly 10,000 seat arena which hosts a running schedule of sporting, entertainment, and educational events. Candid Sales Representative and an active Las Vegas LeTip Member Pat Nestor, was instrumental in bringing the partnership together and continues to manage the account with Project Manager, Laura Shield.
John Zero Campbell launched the Candid Las Vegas official Twitter account, (@CandidWorldwide), in his new role as social media coordinator. The account is consistently updated with the latest projects from the Candid factory floor. Zero and GM, John Gonzales, handpick the most unique projects across the strip to be featured online.
Candid Worldwide / Candid Litho looks forward to supporting charities with its fellow local Las Vegas businesses in a constant effort to better the community. Our strategic corporate partnerships and social media presence affirm our commitment to a growing presence in the city.
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