Wet'n'Wild Las Vegas Spearheads ‘Coats in the Cabana’ Drive During December

Baby it's cold outside!  If you live in Vegas, then you know this winter has been a cold one! Can you imagine having to live outside in it? I challenge all of you to take ten minutes and go through your closets, you'll be amazed what you find and aren't using any longer.  Remember, there are many out there that can use it instead of it sitting there taking up closet space!  Wet‘n’Wild Las Vegas is spearheading a ‘Coats in the Cabana’ Drive, a charity effort designed to collect new or gently used, clean coats for men, women and children that will be donated to the Salvation Army, the Shade Tree Shelter and Child Haven during the winter months.  Community members who donate to the drive will receive a $10 coupon toward a 2016 Wet‘n’Wild Season Pass for each coat donated. Among businesses serving as drop-off locations are: Simmons Group, Grand Canyon Development Partners, SurgiSpa, Fisher & Phillips LLP, and the Jolley Urga Woodbury Little law firm.  “Wet‘n’Wild may be a summer park, but we are members of this community year round,” said Takuya Ohki, general manager of Wet‘n’Wild Las Vegas. “We are always happy to help those in need and give them access to something everyone should have when the weather turns cold - coats. We are also grateful to the participating local businesses for their giving spirits and willingness to assist in this effort.”

The locations to drop off coats and receive the season pass vouchers are list above.  Once collected, the coats will be brought to a cabana at Wet‘n’Wild Las Vegas, 7055 S. Fort Apache Road, and representatives from the charities will pick them up to distribute to those in need. Coat donations will be accepted through December 11, 2015.