Wet ‘n’ Wild, Mountain’s Edge, and Helldorado Kick Off Summer at PMA

Wet ‘n’ Wild, Mountain’s Edge, and Helldorado Kick Off Summer at PMA

On June 25, 2013, Posted by , In Uncategorized, With Comments Off on Wet ‘n’ Wild, Mountain’s Edge, and Helldorado Kick Off Summer at PMA

The past month has been a busy one here at PMA! We were so glad to help three of our clients put on three successful and fun events. It is safe to say we kicked off our summer season with a bang – or should we say a “yeehaw,” and a splash?

The fun all started with some toe-tappin’, boot-scootin’ fun at Mountain’s Edge. Each year, the popularExplorationParkis host to Country in the Park, a free concert event that is fun for the whole family.  This year, the record-breaking audience enjoyed the sounds ofNashvilleup-and-comers Chris Cagle and Chris Janson, as well as one of our local favorites, The Tony Marques Band,.

We had a “buckin’” good time with the amazing folks at Helldorado Days! Helldorado Days is the longest running civic event inLas Vegasthat features food, daring carnival rides, a parade and—of course—the rodeo! Both locals and professionals competed for the top prize. Even youngin’s got in on the fun through the Mutton Bustin’ competition.

Finally, it was time to get wild – Wet ‘n’ Wild! The long-awaited return of the popular water park arrived on Memorial Day weekend. VIP’s, contests winners and other lucky guests were the first to try out the thrilling and relaxing attractions while enjoying food and refreshments. Investors cut a ribbon made of bathing suits, goggles and floaties – a great kickoff to a fun summer full of splashes.

Without the many wonderful clients, volunteers, media professionals, and our hard-working PMA team, these events could not have been such great successes. Want to learn more? Check out Mountain’s Edge, Helldorado Days and Wet ‘n’ Wild on Facebook, Twitter and Instragram! You can also visit them online at http://mountainsedge.com, http://www.elkshelldorado.com/ and http://wetnwildlasvegas.com/






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