Don’t Miss the Blue Jeans Ball

by Kimberly Wade

It’s exciting, fun-filled and lively—and all for a good cause! Nevada Humane Society’s 3rd annual Blue Jeans Ball is around the corner and tickets are selling fast—so you’re encouraged to get yours today! This unique, country-style extravaganza honors Sheriff Chuck Allen for going above and beyond for homeless pets in Washoe County. Several other dedicated volunteers and businesses that have proven to increase lifesaving efforts in our community will also be honored, including Dick Campagni’s Carson City Toyota Scion and Lisa Schuette of Carson Animal Services Initiative (CASI). Both have helped to make a significant difference and raise awareness for animals in Carson City.

The Blue Jeans Ball is on Saturday, November 14 at the Peppermill Reno. Festivities include a formal dinner, dancing, silent and live auctions, raffles, adoptable dogs and more! Live entertainment is provided by The VooDoo Cowboys, a Las Vegas based country rock band.

With the glamorous Denim and Diamonds live auction, the Blue Jeans Ball features a host of prizes guaranteed to win you over, including vacation and golf packages, designer jewelry, private dining experiences and more. In addition, there will be other items available during the silent auction and raffle contest. All proceeds benefit homeless pets.

The Blue Jeans Ball is at the Peppermill Reno on Saturday, November 14 beginning at 5:30pm. A special VIP reception will feature a private, acoustic concert by The VooDoo Cowboys, custom cocktails, and photos with the event honoree Sheriff Chuck Allen. Individual tickets starting at $150, as well as tables and VIP packages are available at www.bluejeansball.org.

The Blue Jeans Ball is made possible by Event Sponsors Peppermill Reno and Southern Wine and Spirits; Head Table Sponsors RGJ Media and Ten Country and The Rodeo from Reno Media Group; and Denim Platinum Sponsors US Bank, Renown, Wells Fargo, the Reno Aces, Fingerprinting Express, Reno Dodge, Ebara, the Washoe County Honorary Deputy Sheriff’s Association and Bob the Dog.

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