Pageantry rocks home buyers

Pageantry Homes has given away four sets of 10 VIP tickets to the April 28 Aerosmith charity concert at Mandalay Bay Events Center.

The event will benefit the Lili Claire Foundation, which helps Southern Nevada children living with Williams syndrome, Down syndrome, autism and other neuro-developmental conditions.

The home builder has only two sets remaining of 10 VIP tickets to give away in its promotion, where home shoppers enter a drawing at one of its participating neighborhoods.

The first two winners were pulled from Loretto Bay in the southeast and Wine Ridge Estates in the southwest.

The builder’s neighborhoods involved in the promotion include Loretto Bay in Green Valley; Ridgewood in south Las Vegas; Wine Ridge Estates, Park View Estates and Pebble Crossing in the southwest; Brookhaven in the northwest; and Valencia Terrace in the northeast.

“The people that have already won tickets are thrilled with the opportunity to see Aerosmith live, in what could be their only appearance in Las Vegas this year,” said Michael Cox, sales and marketing director of Pageantry Communities.

To enter the ticket giveaway, visit a participating Pageantry Community before April 27 and find the hidden entry box inside one of the community models and deposit a completed entry form.

Eligible entries include name, address, daytime phone number and age.

The final two prize winners will be selected during the morning newscast on TV-KVVU, channel Fox 5.

The Lili Claire Foundation’s fifth annual benefit dinner and concert, featuring Aerosmith, will honor Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino President/Chief Operating Officer Bill Hornbuckle, Land Baron Investments Founder/Principal Michael Chernine and UNSOM Professor and Chief Genetics and Dysmorphology Dr. Colleen Morris for their work on behalf of the Lili Claire Foundation and the children the organization assists.

The Lili Claire Foundation was established in 1998 by Keith Resnick and his wife, Leslie Litt-Resnick, when their 5 1/2-month-old daughter, Lili Claire, died of heart complications related to Williams syndrome.

“Lili Claire Foundation is an amazing organization that provides much-needed assistance at no cost to families in need with children suffering from neuron-developmental disorders,” Cox said.

“Pageantry is committed to being a community partner, by lending a hand to nonprofits like Lili Claire that work hard to make Las Vegas a better place to live for future generations,” he said.

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