Bally’s Las Vegas is offering attendees the discounted room rates as follows for single/double occupancy:
- Monday, January 10: $75
- Tuesday, January 11: $75
- Wednesday, January 12: $75
- Thursday, January 13: $75
- Friday, January 14: $149.99
- Saturday, January 15: $149.99
North Celebrity Suites are available for $850 per night.
To make your reservation, visit the Bally's Web site or please call 1.800.358.8777 and use the code SBIWW1.
Bally’s Las Vegas has been a fixture on the world-famous Las Vegas Strip for more than 30 years. The property boasts numerous amenities and plenty of activities to do in your leisure time, including:
- Jubilee!, the last classic showgirl revue left in Las Vegas
- Sterling Brunch, one of the most impressive meals you will ever eat
- The largest tennis complex on the Strip, perfect for a game day or night
- Newly remodeled 67,000-square-foot casino
- The Price Is Right: Live, the live-audience version of the popular TV show
- The Spa at Bally’s, featuring a world-class fitness center and offering deep tissue massage, hydrotherapy treatments, and mineral body wraps
- Bally’s Avenue Shoppes, a collection of 20+ unique
- stores and boutiques
- Preferred access to two of the nation's most beautiful golf courses, Cascata® and Rio Secco, as well as premier instruction at the Butch Harmon School of Golf.
- Sully’s Bar, Indigo Lounge and the Tequila Bar & Grille, as well as easy access to the Strip
- The Blu Pool, an oversized, heated outdoor swimming pool area dotted with tropical palms and private cabanas
Many thanks to the committee members for their hard work. Those who were able to make it to our meeting (and were kind enough to venture into the 105-degree Vegas heat for a photo) were: (top row, from left) Ty Lohman, Kevin Gaffney, Stu Irwin and Andres Aguilar; (bottom row, from left) Doug Gober, Lisa Marshall, Paul Goldstein, Kathleen Berry, Program Co-Chair Ken Coffey, Kim Medici-Shelquist, Detlef Taylor, Linda Jankowski, Mark Young and Program Co-Chair Rick Miller. (Not shown: Tim Lancaster, who had to catch an early flight.)