MÖTLEY CRÜE singer Vince Neil will sign bottles of his Tatuado vodka at Fortuna, across from the Players Club, at the LVH Las Vegas Hotel & Casino on July 4. The signing is scheduled to last one hour, from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m., after which you're invited to join Vince at LVH's Rockin' 4th Of July Pool Party.
Neil launched his Tatuado vodka in November 2012 at two separate Lee's Discount Liquor locations in Las Vegas.
Tatuado vodka is filtered five times and bottled in Las Vegas, which Neil has called home since 1995. Tatuado vodka sells for $13.99 at all Lee's Discount Liquor locations.
Neil in August 2012 held a soft opening of his new expanded Tatuado Mexican restaurant and bar at the LVH, formerly the Las Vegas Hilton.
The singer in 2007 introduced his signature line of tequila, Tres Rios.
MÖTLEY CRÜE will return to The Joint at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas for a dozen shows September 18 through October 6.
The CRÜE's first Las Vegas residency in February 2012 consisted of 12 sold-out concerts featuring pyrotechnics, aerialists, special effects, vixens galore and tons of hits from a catalog stretching back to the band's formation in 1981.
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