SAKS NAMES VEGAS DOZEN: UC SAN DIEGO NEVADA CANCER INSTITUTE BENEFIT
As reported in the Las Vegas Review-Journal
by Norm Clarke
“Vegas Dozen: The Men We Love and Why We Love Them” will be hosted by Saks Fifth Avenue on April 18 at the Fashion Show mall.
The event, a benefit for the UC San Diego Nevada Cancer Institute, honors 12 men from various backgrounds and professions who exemplify great personal and professional commitment to the community.
This year’s honorees: Tony Berti, co-founder, Goodie Two Shoes; Chuck Bowling, president and chief operating officer , Mandalay Bay Resort; Dr. Jeffrey Cummings, director, Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health; Barry Dakake, executive chef, N9NE Steakhouse; Todd Duboef, president, Top Rank Boxing; Jason Feinberg, news anchor, KVVU-TV, Channel 5; Rick Harrison, owner, Gold & Silver Pawn; Jillette ; John F. O’Reilly, president and CEO, O’Reilly Law Group; UNLV basketball coach Dave Rice; Seth Schorr, CEO, Fifth Street Gaming; and Richard S. Worthington, president and chief operating officer , The Molasky Group.