Businesses Offer Freebies, Assistance & More For Furloughed Gov't Employees


Many local Las Vegas businesses (and national companies) are stepping in to help government workers who have been furloughed or working without pay during the government shutdown. Here is a list of places offering freebies, discounts, or other forms of help:

  • RTC Southern Nevada is offering free bus rides for federal employees (details below)
  • The Mob Museum is offering free admission to those affected by the shutdown (details below)
  • FRIENDS! The Musical Parody is offering free tickets to furloughed federal employees (details below)
  • Lion Habitat Ranch is offering cheap admission for furloughed federal employees (details below)
  • BEER Park Las Vegas, at Paris Las Vegas, is offering free food and non-alcoholic drinks for furloughed federal employees until the shutdown ends
  • Southwest Diner in Boulder City if offering 50% off for furloughed federal employees (details below)

Assistance

  • Three Square food bank is helping any family affected by the shutdown
  • Utility companies like Southwest Gas and NV Energy are offering assistance for those affected by the shutdown
  • Dollar Loan Center is offering interest-free loans up to $2,500 for federal employees (details below)
  • Max Pawn is offering 30 day interest-free loans for federal employees (details below)
  • Federal Employee Education & Assistance Fund is offering small grants to those affected by the shutdown
  • Homesnap is helping furloughed government workers help with paying rent and mortgages
  • AT&T is offering flexible payment options for those affected by the shutdown
  • Bank of America is offering assistance to those affected by the shutdown
  • Chase is assisting those affected by the shutdown
  • U.S. Bank is offering low-rate interest quick loans to those affected by the shutdown
  • Wells Fargo is offering assistance to those affected by the shutdown


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