Beginning Friday, 29, the SAW Escape Experience is launching Charity Night to give back to local organizations in the city it calls home (Pictured: SAW Escape Experience owner Jason Egan at NSPCA – Photo credit: Radiant, Inc.).
The last Friday of every month, the SAW Escape Experience is set to donate a portion of proceeds from all attendance that day to a rotating list of Las Vegas-based non-profit organizations.
The first on the roster is the Nevada Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA), an organization dedicated to save and protect animals in need in Las Vegas. It’s also close to the heart of Jason Egan, the head of Egan Productions and the mastermind behind the city’s most challenging escape experience.
“I’ve been creating attractions in Las Vegas for more than 15 years,” said Egan. “I love the city I live and want to be able to give back to organizations which make an impact. I’m excited to launch the new Charity Night program and help charities around the Valley.”
The Official SAW Escape Experience features numerous themed rooms where guests go toe-to-toe with the notorious Jigsaw. After entering what appears to be an old, abandoned meat-packing plant, guests will be plunged into a world of traps and puzzles where they will need to work together to escape not just a single room, but the twists and turns of an entire building. The iconic SAW bathroom scene will be just one of the many highlights along the way, as visitors are put to the test in what has been designed to be an entirely immersive experience and one of the largest escape attractions in the world. Located at 2121 Industrial Road, the venue is situated a few minutes from The Strip.