Earlier this month, Harrah's started its 3 Million on the House themed promotion, which is taking place at 26 casinos. By the time the promotion ends on Sept. 10, one Harrah's customer will win $1 million, another will win one million American Airlines miles, and a third will win one million Rewards Credits® in an event at Harrah's Rincon Casino & Resort.
Harrah's Laughlin guests may earn entries for the 5 p.m. daily qualifying drawings for "3 Million On The House" through Aug. 27, in a variety of ways from gaming and checking into the hotel to dining and making purchases.
Three daily drawing winners will have a chance to choose from three Harrah's jackpot buckets. One bucket will contain 2,000 Bonus Reward Credits; the second bucket will contain 5,000 Bonus Reward Credits; the final bucket will contain 10,000 Bonus Reward Credits.
In addition, each jackpot bucket will also contain two free entrees at Baja Blue Restaurant & Cantina, a $30 value; buy-one get-one-free coupon for Fiesta Showroom entertainment, and an invitation to return for the final drawing on Sept. 10.
The Comedy Stop continues to perform two shows nightly at 7:30 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. in the Flamingo Laughlin Showroom through Sept. 3. The Comedy Stop features comedic stars of today and tomorrow performing in an intimate lounge environment. With new comedians every week, the show remains fresh and cutting-edge and most importantly, keeps the comedy coming.
Tickets are $12.95 and $11.95, call 800-435-8469. Upcoming laugh makers include: Bruce Smirnoff, Nancy Ryan and Ron Shock May 22-28; Mick Lazinski, Tina Giorgi, Michael Finney May 29-June 4; Chris Coccia, Billy Garan, John Fox June 5-June 11; and Rob Sherwood, John Barillaro, John Joseph June 12-18.
Tom Crow, Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy, USN (Ret.) will talk about his 31-year military career spanning from the Korean War to his retirement in 1981, when he is the featured speaker at the American Veterans Program on Tuesday, May 23 at 7:30 a.m. in the Santa Fe Room at the Ramada.
The public is invited free. Guests who attend the speakers program and donate $5 or more to the American Heroes Foundation will receive a coupon for breakfast in the buffet.
A native of McArthur, Ohio, Crow joined the Navy in January 1953 and served many tours. In 1977, he was selected to serve as the COMNAVAIRPAC Force Master Chief until 1979 when he was selected by the Chief of Naval Operations to serve as Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy. As MCPON, Crow was a spokesman for the entire enlisted community and championed many causes.
Following retirement, he began a second career with National University, in San Diego, Calif., as Associate Director of the Career Development Center.
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