Network Like A Billionaire... Underground!
We had a great turnout at our first Business Networking event in this amazing "little" hide-away just off the Las Vegas Strip. Demand was so high we are doing it all again!
This Underground Meet-up is open to anyone who wants to come and network in this Historic Private Residence! Celebrate the holidays and Network Like A Billionaire as you decend 26 feet underground into a nuclear bomb shelter! But it's not just any hole in the wall in case the bombs fall, it's a billionaire's paradise! Come join us in this nearly 16,000 sq ft.1970's Cold War Era Home build 26 feet underground. We expect several hundred business owners to attend so be prepared for a night with Sin Cities "Movers & Shakers".
- Parking will be located in the business parking lot across from the home as it is limited on site.
- Snack food and drinks will be provided for all attendees as part of the admission price.
- Family and Friends are welcome! This location is very exclusive and for many it offers a once in a lifetime chance to see one of the lost wonders of Las Vegas!
- Pictures are expected to be taken! You will want to share your experiences and we encourage it.
- It's a luxury fallout shelter, so of course there is both cell phone reception and WiFi!
- Beer, Wine, & Mixed Drinks will be available on premises.
- As part of this event we will be offering a limited number of specially priced Vendor tables for our upcoming Underground Expo in January!
- The venue is a "leave no trace" event. We ask all attendees to respect the historic condition the Underground House is being kept in during their visit.
A Little About The Venue
The house was built in 1978 to withstand a nuclear blast by an arguably ‘paranoid’ wealthy businessman, Girard “Jerry” B. Henderson. The ambitious homeowner made his fortune with several companies including Avon cosmetics and Gulfstream Aerospace Corp. In 1964, he tried his hand at another business venture and formed his company, “Underground World Homes”. Convinced that things with the Soviets weren’t going to end well in the Cold War, Henderson tried pitching his vision of underground living to America. At the New York World’s Fair in the mid sixties, his company sponsored the exhibit, “Why Live Underground”. But if Henderson was going to wait out the end of the world underground, he was going to do it in style.
The subterranean Las Vegas home at 3970 Spencer St. near Flamingo Road boasts a 15,200-square-foot basement beneath a two story home above ground. From the street, number 3970 looks like any other American home, except with a few extra ventilation and air conditioning units planted around the yard. Camouflaged by clusters of rocks, an entrance with an elevator takes you down to the underground lair.
We Look Forward To Doing Business With You!