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Pinball Hall of Fame in Las Vegas makes HUGE donation to Salvation Army

December 17, 2011


The Salvation Army in Clark County received a large donation thanks to pinball collectors in Las Vegas.

The organization said the Las Vegas Pinball Collectors Club made a $400,000 donation to the Salvation Army.

The gift was presented at the Hall of Fame’s annual Volunteer Appreciation Dinner Thursday.

“I support The Salvation Army because they are very careful with the money we donate to them,” said Pinball Hall of Fame founder Tim Arnold.

“We are so appreciative of the relationship we have developed with LVPCC over the years and the generosity they have shown,” said Major Robert Lloyd, Clark County Commander for the Salvation Army. “I do know we will be leveraging this money by investing in upgrades that will bring us the most return, ‘greening’ our buildings to save on utilities and other improvements that will result in cost savings.”

The Pinball Collectors Club is a nonprofit group that also operates the Pinball of Hall of Fame.

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