Seventh Annual Las Vegas Great Santa Run
The Seventh Annual Las Vegas Great Santa Run takes place at Town Square. The annual holiday favorite benefits Opportunity Village. This year’s race will feature entertainment from a number of Las Vegas Strip headliners including the Jabbawockeez. Performer Terry Fator serves as master of ceremonies. Enjoy appearances from Robin Leach, Mayor Carolyn Goodman, Commissioner Steve Sisolak, creator of the “Great Santa Run” song, George Dare, plus parachuting Santa Clauses and delicious food. Registration begins at 8 a.m. and the race starts at 10 a.m.
Making this year’s Great Santa Run a global initiative, 500 men and women with the Army National Guard will participate in the Santa Run from their own race route in Afghanistan that morning. A recorded video of their race will be display at Town Square during the Las Vegas run. To help bring the world record back to the United States, register through the Opportunity Village website. Pre-registration is $35, or $25 for 12 and under; day-of registration is $45 and $35 for 12 and under. Registration fee includes a five-piece Santa Suit and great gifts.This year’s goal is to reach 15,000 Santas to take the world record back from Derry, Ireland who set the record in 2007 with 12,965 participants.
When: Saturday, Dec. 3, 2011
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Where: Town Square, 6605 S. Las Vegas Boulevard , Las Vegas
Cost: $25 - $45
Age limit: All ages
Event posted Dec. 1, 2011
Last updated Dec. 1, 2011
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