Press Release: “Win-Win Entertainment Launches Monthly Show Program at St. Jude’s Ranch for Children”

Win-Win Entertainment Launches Monthly Show Program at
St. Jude’s Ranch for Children

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BOULDER CITY, NV – JANUARY 12, 2017 — Win-Win Entertainment is launching a new ongoing monthly entertainment program at St. Jude’s Ranch for Children in Boulder City, NV on Saturday, January 21.  Each month, a professional Las Vegas entertainer will travel to St. Jude’s Ranch, and give of his or her time and talent to perform for the children and staff.  With this monthly show series, the children of St. Jude’s Ranch will be treated to a variety of family-friendly, inspirational entertainers including magicians, jugglers, puppeteers, storytellers, actors, singers, dancers, musicians, and more.  The children will have opportunities to engage with the performers through interactive workshops and post-show question and answer sessions.

Win-Win Entertainment Founder & Chairman Jeff Civillico is leading off this program with the first show on January 21st, at 2 p.m. “We are thrilled to establish an ongoing program at St. Jude’s Ranch,” said Civillico.  “We know our performers will find the experience of visiting St. Jude’s Ranch and sharing their talents with the children there extremely fulfilling. Win-Win has provided entertainment for several St. Jude’s Ranch events in the past including ‘Night of Lights,” and most recently their 50th Golden Anniversary Gala on November 4th. So it was only fitting that we expanded our relationship with St. Jude’s Ranch and developed an ongoing program there.”

Win-Win Entertainment has developed entertainment programs that provide direct services opportunities for performers to share their talents with hospital patients, senior care residents, those with special needs, our servicemen and women, our veterans and more.  The success of these ongoing programs with partners including Dignity Health, USO Las Vegas, Sunrise Children’s Hospital, and Miracle League of Las Vegas has paved the way for the creation of this program at St. Jude’s Ranch.  St. Jude’s Ranch for Children is a non-profit organization that saves the lives of traumatized children who have been abused, neglected or left homeless.

“Win-Win Entertainment, and Jeff Civillico specifically, have been very supportive of us over the years,” said Jackie Yoxen of St. Jude’s Ranch. “So when they offered to create this program, we jumped at the chance to help our kids and increase awareness of both organizations and the incredible work that is being done through them.”

About Win-Win Entertainment: Win–Win Entertainment is a 501c3 nonprofit organization that was founded in 2011 by Flamingo Headliner Jeff Civillico, with the specific intention of matching professional entertainers willing to donate their time and talent with eligible, approved non–profit organizations in Southern Nevada. Since this time, Win–Win Entertainment has experienced tremendous growth, thanks in large part to our wonderful sponsors who have supported Win–Win from the onset and our dedicated family of entertainers, who generously give of their time, resources and talents.

About St. Jude’s Ranch for Children: St. Jude’s Ranch for Children is a 501c3 non-profit organization that saves the lives of traumatized children. For 50 years, the charity has helped abused, neglected and homeless children and young adults, ages 0 to 25, by providing customized therapy and tools to break the cycle of abuse, as well as by keeping families and siblings together. The ultimate goal is to help these individuals find a forever family and achieve self-sufficiency. Approximately 60% of the children have been physically abused, 40% sexually abused, many have suffered both physical and sexual abuse, and 100% have been neglected. For more information visit and get social with us at on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and LinkedIn.

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