Western Elite, a southern Nevada leader in construction waste and recycling, is making the holidays a little sweeter for veterans in the community by hosting its annual Christmas Express Veterans Night on Friday, Nov. 30, from 4:45-8:30 p.m. at the Western Elite ranch in Lincoln County.
Current and former military personnel and their families are invited to attend the complimentary event and be transported to a winter wonderland complete with captivating train rides, food, hot chocolate, hay/carriage rides, photo opportunities with Santa, and a live nativity scene. Train rides that take visitors on a journey to the North Pole depart every 15 minutes starting at 5:30 p.m., and the final ride leaves the station at 8:30 p.m.
This is the third year Western Elite and the Williams Family in Lincoln County have dedicated a free night for members of the military and their families.
“We are excited to once again welcome our veterans and active military personnel to this wonderful event, free to them and their families, to thank them for the commitment they’ve made to our country,” said Western Elite Vice President Scott Seastrand. “We continue to be humbled as we see thousands of people visit us during our Christmas Express each year to share in the spirit of the holidays.”
Christmas Express is located at the Western Elite site in Lincoln County, about one hour from Las Vegas on U.S. Highway 93, Mile Marker 8. Space for this event is limited. Military families and the general public interested in attending must RSVP at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (702) 440-4242.
About Western Elite
Western Elite is a leader in waste management and recycling. As one of the most prominent recyclers in Nevada, 100 percent of all collected waste materials are processed for recycling materials before shipment to the landfill.
Western Elite’s state-of-the-art facilities feature the latest technology in engineering and operations, allowing for a complete solution for the collection, storage, removal, recycling and landfill disposal of waste. For more information, visit www.westernelite.com.