Asset Manager Has Perfect Way To Blow Off Steam At SALT (UPDATE)

Bullets and snacks included.
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Update: According a source familiar with the matter, the day o' machine guns was cancelled after organizers decided it might not be the best use of everyone's time.

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A mid-morning outing to Machine Guns Vegas, which is "unlike any other Las Vegas machine gun range," combining "safety and a spectrum of gun selections only found in a military training facility, all with a premium Vegas lounge."

From: [redacted at Ramius]
Subject: You're Invited-- RAMIUS SALT Networking Event

Dear Clients and Friends

Please join Ramius and friends for a fun investor networking event on Thursday May 7th at 10AM. We will have everyone back in time for lunch. Details included below. Hope you can join us!

Date: Thursday May 7th, 2015

Pick up Time: 9:45AM-10:00AM at front of Bellagio Hotel (Gray and Red shuttle van of Black SUV with MGV logo on the side)

Shoot Time: 10:30AM

Return: Before lunch

http://shoot.machinegunsvegas.com

To register, please RSVP

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