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Tryst Nighclub Takes Over Wal-Mart

70+ Tryst employees were seen at the Las Vegas Spring Mountain and Rainbow Wal-Mart to load up mass carts for the KLUC toy drive. Tryst managing partner Cy Waits’ claimed it was over $22k worth. From what we saw it was a ton of robot chicken toys with a smashing amount of G.I Joes on the top.

(Photos by Erik Kabik | Retna)

“This is a yearly thing, so everybody is aware of it from our team,” Waits said. “We’re all really fortunate, so it’s really nice to give back.”

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