Cari Hahn, Examiner.com
Fans of magician Nathan Burton might recognize the name Jeff Civillico. Jeff performs his feats of juggling prowess during the Nathan Burton Comedy Magic Show. Jeff also headlines the “Comedy in Action” show at the The Linq. “Comedy in Action” is produced by none other than Nathan Burton, himself. Jeff has recently requested special performances from several of his peers in order to introduce his non-profit organization–Win-Win Entertainment–to the public at 2:00 p.m. in the South Point Q Theater on October 28.
It is the mission of Win-Win Entertainment to match professional entertainers which are willing to donate their time and talents with eligible, approved charities nationwide. Win-Win Entertainment is the project with heart founded by Jeff Civillico. Win-Win describes itself as existing in order to connect good causes that need something with good people willing to do something. During the infancy period of Win-Win Entertainment, Jeff requires sponsorship, performers, charitable institutions . . . and the attendance of an excited Las Vegas community.
Jeff Civillico believes that people have the desire to give back if they are presented with the opportunity to do so. Sunday offers the chance for Las Vegas readership to become involved in a worthy, charitable gathering in need of community participation. Members of the public are invited to attend a very special inaugural benefit event at the South Point Casino. For the exceptional price of $30 audience members will watch astounding performances by The Las Vegas Tenors, The Australian Bee Gees Show, Nathan Burton, The Skating Aratas, Russ Merlin, Turf and the Coppola Rhythm Ensemble. VIP booth seats are also available for $100. The VIP booths seat 4 people and include 4 drink tickets.
When asked to what did he attribute his affinity for helping others, Jeff responded:
My first show, anywhere, was at Don Guanella Village. Don Guanella is a special needs school. Performing for them is very honest. They will yell at you from their chairs, clapping . . . and they will throw chairs at you if they hate you. That was where the idea for Win-Win came from. My parents, and my University, are also big into service and becoming a man for others has been important to me.
Jeff reflected on our conversation for a few moments before quietly adding:
I just want to do some good stuff while I’m here.
To do what you can to support Jeff’s admirable project, please plan on attending this unique inaugural benefit event at 2:00 p.m. on October 28. The show is sure to be a Win-Win experience for each and every audience member.
The South Point Q Theater inside the South Point Casino.
9777 South Las Vegas Boulevard
Las Vegas, Nevada
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Posted on October 24, 2012.