Texas Hold'em Tournament at Las Vegas Market to Benefit Autism Speaks

LAS VEGAS--The third annual Ante 4 Autism event, a Texas Hold'em tournament that benefits Autism Speaks, will take place during Las Vegas Market in January.

The tournament is scheduled for Jan. 25 at 7 p.m. at Binion's in downtown Las Vegas.

Autism Speaks works to increase awareness about autism and raise funds for research, family services and advocacy in local communities and nationwide. Players, who must be at least 21 years old, can register through the day of the tournament online at ramarketing.com/ante4autism for $125, $50 of which goes directly to Autism Speaks.

Co-hosts for the tournament include Doug Krinsky, sales manager for Restonic; Randy Coconis, owner of Coconis Furniture; Stuart Carlitz, president of Eclipse International; Phil Miner, sales manager of Symbol Mattress; Mike McQuiston, also sales manager of Symbol Mattress; Scott Graham, vice president of operations and general merchandise manager of PMD Furniture Direct; Jerry Williams, chief operating officer of Furniture Direct; David Wachendorfer, vice president of sales development and retail training for Tempur-Pedic; Joseph Amato, owner of Mattress Matters; and Mark Quinn, segment vice president of marketing for Leggett & Platt.

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