Community Champions are reflections of the Southern Nevada community and represent what makes Las Vegas great. They are diverse and represent all walks of life.
They can be heroes in uniform or the more unsung, contributing to the betterment of our city in ways that are not as obvious. They are individuals who are passionate about serving our community and lead by example in extraordinary ways with a strong sense of purpose. Simply put, they represent the best of Las Vegas.
A Community Champion could be a front-line worker, a grocery store clerk, a delivery driver, a teacher, a coach, etc.
Nominate your community champion using the form here and let us know why they are a Las Vegas Bowl Community Champion. We will select 125 Individuals to be celebrated at the Las Vegas Bowl on December 30th, 2021, at Allegiant Stadium.
Honorees will receive on-field recognition, special edition apparel, and complimentary tickets for the honoree and a guest to attend the Las Vegas Bowl. The deadline for applications is Monday, November 29, 2021, with notification of honorees starting Friday, December 3, 2021.
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