She’s conquered Atlantic City and Vegas is next
Floyd Mayweather, Paris Hilton, Kim Kardashian, 50 Cent, Sean Kingston, “any celebrity you can think of, I’ve probably taken care of them,” said Deanna Hare, daylife administrative manager for Sky Beach Club, Tropicana’s new pool club. “From the time they step into the venue to the time they leave, I’m their go-to.”
Hare, a New Jersey native, began her career in Atlantic City at some of the city’s hottest day clubs and nightclubs. She started out as a VIP hostess and quickly moved up the ranks to supervisor, then manager, then administrative manager, working alongside top executives.
Hare eventually set her sights on Las Vegas and moved to the city in February. “I knew it would be a good change for me; better opportunities career-wise,” said Hare, who immediately started at Sky Beach when she arrived.
Hare and her director see huge potential in the new pool club, and it’s her job to not only take care of the celebs but to help plan and execute Sky Beach’s offerings. “It has that fun factor—definitely a lot of different things Vegas hasn’t seen yet,” she said. “There’s games, beer pong, super soakers, workers dressed in Darth Vader, astronaut and unicorn costumes. It’s just out-of-the-box wildness.”
While a relative newcomer to Las Vegas—and kept so busy by her duties that she’s had almost no time to explore—Hare feels right at home. “I can tell it’s something I can easily get used to. I’m loving it so far.”
Get Effen Wild
Guests can order their favorite cocktail in Sky Beach’s souvenir cups and take home the memento as a reminder of their wild pool day. For a really fun option, they can try out Sky Beach’s ultimate “Get Effen Wild” party package that includes one bottle of Effen vodka, one bottle of Fireball cinnamon whisky, six bottles of Voss water and six cans of Red Bull, all for only $695. The pool club also offers promotions like $5 cocktails every Friday till 2 p.m. There’s also $5 Bud Light and Skyy vodka cocktails; and ladies can indulge in free mimosas every day until 2 p.m.