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THE D LAS VEGAS AIMS TO BREAK WORLD RECORD FOR LARGEST SPEED-DATING EVENT

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This Valentine’s Day, the D Las Vegas invites singles hoping to be struck by Cupid’s arrow to meet their perfect match while breaking the world record for the largest speed dating event at the D Date-a-Thon. From 6 – 9 p.m., 1,000 romantic hopefuls will have the opportunity to meet that special someone while enjoying $1 drinks, giveaways and more. In an attempt to break the world record for the largest speed-dating event, the downtown property is partnering with SpyOn Vegas and X107.5 KXTE-FM and collaborating with speed dating organizations Pre-Dating and Lock and Key to create a Valentine’s Day to remember. The event will take place on the Fremont Street Experience in front of D Bar. Each participant will date 24 people for 3 minutes each in hopes of finding a Valentine’s Day date. Participants will enjoy $1 drinks and music throughout the event and some lucky winners will walk away with a staycation package to return to the D with their new loves! Staycation packages include a 2-night stay in the D’s recently remodeled rooms, dinner at the award-winning Joe Vicari’s Andiamo Italian Steakhouse and tickets to The Scintas. Following the event, guests are encouraged to rendezvous with their newfound crushes at LONGBAR. The event is free but all participants must register. Interested singles can sign up at vegasspeeddate.com or theD.com prior to the event. Registration will also be available on-site beginning at 4 p.m. Must be 21 years or older.

Occurs once: Feb 14, 2014 (6:00 PM to 9:00 PM)
Contact Name: Maddie Meister / Brian Shlonsky
Contact Phone: 7027373100
Location:

the D Las Vegas
301 Fremont St, Las Vegas, NV 89101

Ticket Price: free
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