VIVID Vodka Stakes its Claim in Las Vegas

VIVID Vodka is taking Las Vegas by storm and is now widely available at upscale restaurants, nightclubs and local bars. The vodka has a pure taste that comes from being filtered though 12,000 pounds of virgin coconut husks.
The vodka can be found in several places across Las Vegas, including STK and Comme Ca (The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas); Insert Coins Video Lounge Gamebar, Republic Kitchen & Bar, Chateau Nightclub and Butterfly (Paris Casino and Resort); Gold Lounge and Deuce Lounge (Aria); Share Nightclub and Beso Steakhouse (Crystals at City Center); Blue Martini, Posh and Crazy Horse III (The Playground); and Winchell’s Pub & Grill.
VIVID Vodka also recognizes the importance of giving back and has been the exclusive vodka for many charity events including PINKTOBER, the rock-and-roll fashion show to benefit the American Cancer Association, the AFAN Black and White VIP Pre-Party to benefit Aid For Aids of Nevada and the 2011 Celebrate Honorarium, benefitting the Gay & Lesbian Community Center. In addition to charitable events, the vodka also has supported many local events, including the Blood Orange Masquerade Ball at Chateau and San Gennaro Feast 2011.
The brand also has made appearances and is available in Los Angeles at high-profile parties, charitable events and movie premieres: "A Very Harold & Kumar Christmas" and "The Art of Flight"; Karma Foundation’s Kandy Kruise; Sloane & Tate, a charity fashion show that benefitted the Noreen Fraser Foundation; Nike & Bumpy Pitch Fashion Show, Café Pierre, Raphael, Ecco, Voyeur, benefitting City of Angels; Toys for Tots; and Babes in Toyland, a charity toy drive at Colony benefitting Los Angeles County Sheriff Department and Shriner’s Hospital.
Heading further down Southern California, VIVID Vodka is presented at some of San Diego’s most delectable restaurants: Mille Fluers, Bertrand at Mister A’s, Samurai, Firefly, Sbicca Bistro, Sage Grill, Delicias, Paradise Grille, BACI’s Ristorante, Phil’s BBQ and Red Tracton’s Steakhouse.


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