Don’t Miss Out On The Zombie Run!

Zombie and running enthusiasts are sure to love this local run!

Are you ready to run for your life? The 5K RunDead zombie run is one of the most unique runs in the world, and is sure to be the most fun workout you have all year! Make sure to register for the November 1st race in Las Vegas to enjoy all the fun and excitement!

The Run starts at 3 p.m. at the Craig Ranch Regional Park, and is not an event that you will want to miss out on. You will have the chance to test your endurance, speed, and strength while trying to make your way through the zombie infested course. Runners will get flags at the start of the run that represent their health. The zombies throughout the course try to steal the flags while you are running. Runners have to make it to the finish line with at least one of their flags, or become a zombie themselves! All participants will receive a free 5K RunDead shirt, refreshments on site, and the chance to win great prizes!

All of the proceeds from the event help to benefit scientific research on Alzheimer’s disease and cancer, so your participation makes a difference!

All of us at All Nevada Insurance in Las Vegas would like to encourage you to sign up for this local run with the whole family!

Halloween Safety Tips For Your Four-Legged Friends

Your dog can enjoy Halloween in Las Vegas, NV with these safety tips.

Halloween doesn’t only have to be fun for those with two legs, your four-legged friends can also get in on all the fun! No matter if your dog is dressing up as a furry pumpkin or simply heading out on their evening walk while you go trick or treating, keeping your pet safe should be your first priority. Keep these Halloween safety tips for pets in mind while celebrating the holiday.

  • If you are dressing up your pet, make sure to keep an eye on them at all times while they are wearing their costume. Make sure the costume fits properly and does not bother their breathing, hearing, or eyesight.
  • Keep all Halloween treats away from your pooch. Chocolate and most other treats can be very harmful, or even deadly for dogs. If you want to give your dog a special treat, head to your local pet shop and see what Halloween goodies they are offering.
  • Children who are dressed up in costumes can easily frighten dogs, especially when they are loud and excited. Make sure to use extra caution when your dog is around children to ensure nothing goes wrong.
  • If you are taking your dog trick or treating with you, make sure that they are on a leash. Everything that is going on can cause even typically well-behaved dogs to act aggressively.
  • Bring your dog inside on Halloween night so that they can feel safe. Pranksters are known to use Halloween as a night to throw eggs or perform other acts of vandalism, and bringing your dog inside can help to make sure that they are not scared by any of these tricks.

For all of your insurance coverage needs to ensure that you are covered from any accident this Halloween, contact All Nevada Insurance in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Avoid Food Borne Illnesses This Thanksgiving With These Tips

Use these food safety tips when cooking your Thanksgiving dinner.

With Thanksgiving around the corner, preparing early can help to ensure that you are ready for the holiday. From the shopping for all of the ingredients you need for your secret family turkey recipe to designing the perfect centerpiece, the sooner you start planning, the smoother the holiday will go. Following proper food-handling procedures can help to make sure that everyone can fully enjoy your delicious Thanksgiving dinner. Keep these Thanksgiving food safety tips to protect your loved ones.


Starting with a clean kitchen and clean hands will set the stage for safe food handling. Clean and sanitize your sink and any surfaces you will be working on and utensils that you will be using. Wash your hands and utensils with soap and warm water after handling raw meat to prevent any cross contamination.


Refrigerate or freeze raw poultry in a leak-proof bag as soon as you bring it home. Don’t thaw poultry at room temperature. Instead, thaw it in cold water or the refrigerator. Don’t rinse off poultry before cooking to prevent bacteria from spreading when water splashes.


Cook all poultry until the internal temperature of the thickest part of the thigh or breast reaches 180 degrees. Cook stuffing separately in the oven or on your stovetop to help it and the poultry cook thoroughly.


Leftovers should be refrigerated within two hours of cooking. While cooked poultry can be eaten cold, if you are reheating it, make sure the meat reaches a temperature of at least 165 degrees.

Having the right insurance policies in place can help to make sure that you are covered in case of any peril this holiday season. Contact All Nevada Insurance in Las Vegas for all of your insurance coverage needs to keep you properly protected.

Have You Gotten Your Ticket For Operation Knockout Yet?

Don’t miss out on one of the best Las Vegas, NV local charity events of the year.

Round 6: Operation Knockout is going on this weekend, and is not an event that you will want to miss out on. The local event is presented by Tuff-N-Uff and Randy Couture and is taking place at the Brooklyn Bowl in Las Vegas and is the best place to see some of the up and coming armature fighters while helping to give back to a great cause.

Many local gyms will be represented in the charity MMA event on Saturday, October 17th, giving local fighters a venue to showcase their skills. The event is helping to benefit Xtreme Couture GI Foundation, which helps wounded veterans in the local area. The event will also feature live entertainment, including DJ Dezie, and a silent auction with many items donated by the UFC, including signed gloves a history of the UFC book signed by Dana White and weighing in at 60 pounds!

Tickets for the event can be purchased online or at the Brooklyn Bowl box office. Tickets are $50 for seats and $25 for standing room only.

Operation Knockout has been helping out charities in the local community for 6 years, donating more than $130,000 to those in need.

All Nevada Insurance is proud to be a sponsor of Round 6: Operation Knockout! For more information on the local event, contact us today! We are looking forward to seeing you this weekend!

Home Décor with Pumpkins

Create instant and easy seasonal décor in your home space with pumpkins!

Can you believe it? We are already half way through October! With the leaves falling, the summer weather cooling off, and Halloween costumes in abundance in each store, the fall season is certainly upon us! Now is the time to add simple touches to your house to create the autumnal seasonal theme.

Go beyond the jack-o-lantern this year with these creative pumpkin incorporations.

Adorn – Cut holes in a soft-skinned pumpkin and place single flowers in the holes. Repeat this all over the pumpkin to make a delightful flower/pumpkin combination!

Stack – Slice the stalk from the pumpkin, and place plates and trays on top. Choose different sized pumpkins for a variety of heights.

Paint – Involve the kids and friends to paint designs on pumpkins (Think similar to Easter eggs!) for some added shimmer. For the most interesting results, use gold or metallic paint!

Dotty – Using the painting technique, paint circles on the pumpkin to make a polka dot design!

Stripes – Another paint job can involve smooth, vertical black lines. Alternate black and gold stripes for a spooky, shimmery effect.

Etch – Announce your address in style by etching your house number into a pumpkin using a pumpkin carving set or a craft knife.

These clever, unique twists of decorating pumpkins goes beyond the standard carved pumpkin, and adds sophistication and design to your home.

So that you can focus on home decorating, be sure to receive full protection. Contact All Nevada Insurance in Las Vegas, Nevada for your insurance needs. As an independent insurance agency, we will work with you to make sure that you receive the right coverage, all at the right price to fit your budget.

This Weekend: Operation Knockout – Las Vegas

Don’t miss the Tuff-N-Uff & Randy Couture Round 6, Operation Knockout!

This Saturday, October 17th, 2015, the Charity MMA Event, Operation Knockout will take place at the Brooklyn Bowl! If you haven’t purchased your tickets yet, do so now, as seating is limited! All proceeds go to local wounded soldiers and their families.

There will be a Silent Auction that will feature a 60-pound history of the UFC book signed by Dana White, signed gloves from various UFC fighters, signed memorabilia by Randy himself, and more! Alongside this, there will be live Entertainment, D.J Dezie – and all proceeds will benefit the Xtreme Couture GI Foundation!

The doors open at 5:00pm, with the pre-show starting at 6:45pm, so don’t be late!

All Nevada Insurance, located in Las Vegas, Nevada invite you down to the Brooklyn Bowl to partake in this champion charity event! Contact us for all of your insurance coverage and policy needs.

Ask These Before Lowering Your Car Insurance Coverage

Consider these questions before dropping full coverage auto insurance.

There can come a time when you feel that you can lower your car insurance coverage. You should know exactly what coverage you’ll be dropping, and how this impacts your policy and protection. In order to determine if you should lower your insurance, consider these five questions.

What am I giving up?
Typically, full coverage is comprehensive, collision, and liability coverage on one policy. It tends to not include extras like towing and labor, roadside assistance, rental car coverage, and other add-ons. Therefore, what some people consider ‘full’ is actually just the bare minimum. When full coverage is removed, your policy will empty to leave liability coverage. This means that you have no coverage for your vehicle at all.

Do I owe on the car?
Determine if you’re even allowed to drop comprehensive and collision coverage. Newer vehicles that are financed are often required to have full coverage from the bank and lienholder until the car is paid for.

What’s the value of my car?
Establishing the value of your car will help decide if it is worth less than the policy. A car depreciates with age, and more often than not, repairs cost more than the value of the vehicle. Use online sources to find an estimate of your car’s worth.

How much is collision coverage costing me?
Collision coverage provides a big portion of your monthly bill, as property damage is one of the highest costs in an accident. If you’re a safe driver, collision coverage may be the one to drop first as you’re still covered for freak accidents.

How much is my collision deductible?
You can keep collision coverage and peace of mind by raising your deductible. This will lower overall insurance rates while keeping your policy. However, when doing this, be sure if you raise your deductible to $1,000, that you can actually pay $1,000 out of pocket, should you need to cash in on your policy!

Talk to an experienced insurance agent for complete understanding of your auto insurance policy, and ways to save. Contact All Nevada Insurance, located in Las Vegas Nevada, to receive a policy suitable for you and your needs!

Fall Events in Las Vegas!

Enjoy these events this autumn season in Nevada!

Summer might be coming to a close, but there are plenty of events to look forward to in Las Vegas this fall.

Fine Food
A celebration of gourmet food and wine pairings, Festivino, comes to Vegas on October 9. There will be top chefs, fine wines, and live music at the Venetian grounds.

Drink Events
Las Vegas Village’s 2015 installment of Wine Amplified visits on October 9-10, and the Downtown Brew Festival is back in town for a street fair-style celebration on October 24!

Art Events
Boulder City stages Art in The Park on October 3-4 for work of hundreds of local artists and craftsmen. On October 10-11, Downtown Summerlin celebrates the 20th anniversary of Festival of Arts complete with paintings, pottery, photography, jewelry, and live entertainment.

New Restaurants
Two highly anticipated Italian restaurants are set to open in Vegas this fall! Andy Masi’s Salute at Red Rock Casino, and New York Cabone at Aria will provide fine Italian dining!

Learn Burlesque
From October 8-10, the Las Vegas Burlesque Festival takes over the Gold Coast Hotel & Casino. There will be classes taught by the industry pros, abundant cocktails, and competitions!

Route 91 Harvest Festival
Starring Keith Urban and Tim McGraw on October 2-4 at Las Vegas Village.

Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon
Designed for runners of all skill levels, there will be a 5K, 10K, half-marathon, and marathon races on Las Vegas Boulevard from November 12-15. Live musicians will provide incentive to reach the finish line!

Be sure to contact the Las Vegas-local, All Nevada Insurance for all of your insurance needs! We suit the right policy and coverage for you!