The Super Spread is back and ready to roll, according to the organizers of the Super Spreads Super Spread Event, an event held Monday in Las Vegas, Nev.
The Super Spread event was organized by the Super Spender Group, an organization that promotes the use of social media as a tool for raising funds and promoting the positive impact of the event.
Super Spender organizers said the event will be held on Saturday, May 18, in Las “Las Vegas, NV” and will take place at the Hilton Hotel in Las Palmas.
Organizers of the party said the Super Bowl was originally planned as a fundraiser, but after the SuperSpender Group raised $11 million, the SuperSpread event was developed.
The organizers said it was a great day and an amazing event, and they will continue to promote the event on social media and the Superspread Facebook page.
The event will take a short break, organizers said, so they can continue to focus on raising funds for the SuperGator Project, a non-profit organization that provides scholarships for disadvantaged youth, and promote the SuperGame, a youth football league.
The organization’s mission is to foster and support young men and women of all ages and abilities in our communities by encouraging them to become successful in their communities.
SuperSpread is sponsored by the Las Vegas SuperSpenders and SuperSpread, which also sponsored the SuperBowl, according of the organizers.
The group, which is based in Los Angeles, plans to hold more events and also to host SuperGators, according the Super Gator Project website.
The Las Vegas event was announced on Twitter on Sunday.
SuperSpender organizers have been inundated with questions about the event, which was canceled Monday.
The SuperSpenders posted a short statement on Facebook saying that the event was cancelled because of a “concern” with the SuperSpread’s SuperSpread program.