Miami Valley Gaming collects cash and toys for charities


Miami Valley Gaming collects cash and toys for charities

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Miami Valley Gaming raised $12,500 in December with a charity pull tab promotion that benefited Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center. MVG President and General Manager Domenic Mancini (far right) and MVG Director of Marketing Jerry Abner presented the check to Cincinnati Children’s Donor Relations Officer Jane Livingston and Cincinnati Children’s Director of Special Events, Stewardship and Corporate Relations Kerri Finke.

Miami Valley Gaming held two fundraisers in December that raised cash and collected toys for charities.

MVG’s pull tab promotion this month raised $12,500 for Giving Hope To Kids at Cincinnati Children’s Medical Center.The fourth annual Give A Kid A Christmas toy drive from December 1-14 at MVG collected over 1,700 toys.

The cash donation will directly benefit Cincinnati Children’s Liberty Campus, which is located just eight miles down I-75 from the racino. United Way distributed the toys to several other charitable groups in the area that gave the toys to families in need.

“We asked our patrons to help local charities and they came through in a big way,” said Domenic Mancini, president and general manager at Miami Valley Gaming. “They responded by donating over 1,700 toys in just two weeks and raised over $12,000 cash in a single day. We know these donations will go a long way to help people in our area this holiday season.”

Members of the Miami Valley Gaming’s Most Valuable Gamers Club donated at least $5 in cash in order to participate in a pull tab promotion. MVG club card members received $10 in free play each week they donated a new, unwrapped toy. Membership in the MVG Club is free.

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