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    Posted May 24, 2014 by
    Las Vegas, Nevada
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    From Sewers to Hope.

    I am Trey Louis Noran in Las Vegas, Nevada and we have a non-profit for the homeless and those in need. This has been my passion since 1989 I the Denver area and two years ago after receiving a God given vision of a hotel that would restore hope where so many do not see hope. This vision was clearly for Las Vegas a hidden city for so many in despair due to the tourism. I seen a piece on ABC of the sewer people over 1,100 living under the city in 118 degree heat and this was my confirmation that I need to come back to a city I left over thirty years ago. The struggles have been many, but my passion for those in need and listening to God I keep pushing and we are making a huge difference. I started "His Love Street" food pantry and church and we feed and clothed thousands and with very few outside dollars. I receive some food goods from Albertsons, Smart and Final, but mostly out of my own pocket. I knew that without many giving to small organizations in Las Vegas I now needed to go out of the box to bring my vision of His Love Street Hotel alive. Part of my vision given to me many years ago was to develop a event called "The Stars Give Back" and just as it states where the many superstars would give back to the many that placed them where they are at today. So I bought magazine space and just purchased two great billboards calling out the stars. The first billboard stands on the rear of the world famous Caesars Palace, on I-15 and Flamingo and the second on Sunset and I-215 entrance of Las Vegas, McCarran Airport. We have recently done ABC, CBS and tomorrow NBC is coming out to our location to film our story as many are interested. A I love the attention I need national attention like CNN to bring this story alive. I am the Godson of a movie legend that was gusty and very determined and I am also. A Malibu newspaper reporter did a story on me two years ago and his statement was "What I love about you Trey, you never say if I get this hotel but when you do". I have worked long hard 15 hour days at times for seven years to get to this point, and I will not rest until we have the greatest hotel for those in need that this country has ever seen. His Love Street Hotel will not only deal with the hard mental issues, but help place in employment, and most of all obtain a home of their own. Shelters are a blessing, but their time that you can stay in limited and you are return back to the streets, we defeat the purpose. Las Vegas is a great city, but what many don't see is the homelessness on almost every block off the famous Las Vegas strip. We are located in downtown Las Vegas and the situation is twice as bad and rough, but due to billionaire Tony Hsieh and his developments of more bars and restaurants they push the problem further down the block. The Mayor has become frustrated and her view is to ship them off to a old Jean, Nevada prison. The situation in Las Vegas is not going away as the Mayor and other politicians believe. I have from the 70 year old woman that is still on crack and it's only by the grace of God she is alive to the family whom just lost their jobs and experiencing the streets for the first time. Since ABC did living under the city four years ago and has become twice as bad. It's time for change and restore hope and I shall as this is my story in a nutshell. Our website is http://Hislovestreetnevada.com/ my email is noran7777@aol.com and my number is 702-469-7813 Thank you. Trey Louis Noran
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