ATLANTIC CITY — Boogie Nights retro dance club at the Tropicana will be rolling out the neon carpet on Thursday, Oct. 4, from 7-9pm for a groovy patriotic fundraiser benefiting Warfighter Sports, an affiliate of Disabled Sports USA that assists in the rehabilitation of severely wounded warriors, and the Wounded Warrior Project, a coalition formed by several veterans and friends to provide comfort to wounded service members and assist in their recovery and transition back to civilian life.
About 20 Wounded Warriors are scheduled to attend the event, providing the opportunity for guests to meet these American heroes who have sacrificed so much to serve our country. Additionally, Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve will present the prestigious Seven Seals Award to Disabled Sports USA for their outstanding support, commitment and extreme patriotism to the United States military.
Hors d’oeuvres and drink specials will be provided along with the funky dance tunes Boogie Nights is well known for. Radio personalities from Kool 98.3 FM will host the event. Tickets are $20 at the door and attendees are encouraged to stay when the nightclub’s doors open to the public at 9:30pm at no additional charge. Military are also welcome to take advantage of Tropicana’s year-round military discount of 15 percent off hotel stays and $2 off IMAX tickets every Monday through Friday.
“We are excited for the opportunity to work with such a great organization and support such a wonderful cause,” says Steve Callender, general manager of the Tropicana. “We hope that this event will be an eye-opener to just how much service members sacrifice when serving our country. These veterans should be an inspiration to us all.”
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