For Immediate Release:
Robert Medoff VIP Foundation Ball Chairman 702 449 1554
Steve Sanson, President Veterans In Politics International
702 283 8088
Clark County, Nevada: Veterans In Politics Foundation (VIPF) is hosting our Seventh Biennial Valentine’s Day Ball & Gala starting at 5 pm Saturday, February 3, 2024, at the elegant South Point Hotel & Casino Las Vegas.
In a nonpartisan effort while focusing on the betterment of our community through educational involvement. VIPF also strives to conduct our educational events in the southern areas of the community that might benefit from our presence and business.
VIPF First Annual Valentine’s Day Ball & Gala 2012 brought many influential guests – including U.S. Congresswoman Shelley Berkley, former U.S. Senate Candidate and Legislator Sharron Angel, Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman, Miss Nevada 2011 Alana Lee, and over 130 attendees – to the Plaza Hotel & Casino, to help bring attention to their Grand Opening and the revitalization for downtown Las Vegas.
The 2024 Line will feature our Master of Ceremony: B. Taylor is an Award Winning Artist, Producer, and decorated Navy Veteran with (3) #1 Top Charting Records (Billboard) working with NCIS’s Pauley Paurette, Chris Brown, Snoop Dogg, Ray J, FloRida and more. He is also “A Goodwill Global Ambassador and Advocate of Entertainment for the U.S. Military, Veterans, First Responders and Their Families.” B. Taylor, alongside Ndileka Mandela, co-founded NRM Auto Inc., the first Official Nelson Mandela Signature Electric Vehicle.
Our entertainment will grow, but the schedule will feature Romeo Ballantine, an L.A. Stand-Up Comic who will join us in the festivities.
The guest Speaker will be Timothy Williams, Eighth Judicial District Court Judge:
Judge Williams was appointed by Governor Kenny Guinn on April 4, 2006, to fill a vacancy left on the District Court bench by John McGroarty and sworn in on April 24, 2006. He was then retained in the general election of November 7, 2006, to complete the remaining year of his predecessor’s term. He filed for re-election in 2008 and was unopposed for a six-year term commencing in January 2009.
Judge Williams was born in 1955 and has been a Las Vegas, Nevada resident for decades. He graduated from Indiana University in 1979 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Business. He received his Juris Doctorate in 1983 from Ohio Northern University.
Before taking the bench, Judge Tim Williams had 20 years of complex civil litigation experience, served on the District Court Arbitration and Mediation Panel, and presided as a Judge Pro Tem in the one-day jury trial program. Judge Tim Williams has served as an arbitrator/mediator in hundreds of cases on behalf of the citizens of Clark County, avoiding costly and time-consuming litigation for the parties.
Judge Tim Williams has held many leadership positions for various bar associations. Judge Williams is the former President of the Nevada Trial Lawyers Association, former President of the Las Vegas Chapter of the National Bar Association, past member of the Consumer Protection Committee for the State Bar of Nevada, past member of the Fee Dispute Committee for the State Bar of Nevada and a member of the Nevada Supreme Court Arbitration/Mediation /Short Trial Committee. He also served ten years as a panel member of the Medical/Dental/Legal Screening Panel for the State of Nevada Insurance Division.
Judge Tim Williams obtained an A-V ranking in Martindale-Hubbell as a lawyer for his legal ability and high ethical standards. Judge Tim Williams has lectured lawyers and Judges over 30 times on continuing legal education for the State Bar of Nevada, Clark County Bar Association, and Nevada Trial Lawyer Association. He also has lectured law students at the Boyd School of Law, University of Nevada, Las Vegas.
In addition to his commitment to the law, Judge Williams has received United States Congressional recognition for community service. In 1994, Judge Williams was honored as “Humanitarian-of-the-Year” for assisting boys from single-parent homes. Judge Williams has also sponsored “Little League” baseball and junior high basketball teams in Clark County.
This event will allow veterans, elected officials, candidates, and citizens to socialize comfortably.
If you can not be present, purchase a dinner for a Veteran.
Prices will increase on January 15, 2024.
Please go to www.eventbrite.com/e/veterans-in-politics-seventh-biennial-valentines-day-ball-gala-tickets-601726418917 or on veteransinpolitics.org/ reservations are going fast.
Veterans Ball & Gala 2024
Veterans In Politics Foundation
Post Office Box 28211
Las Vegas, NV 89126
Federal Tax ID#: 84-2328771
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