Randy Compton (Las Vegas Harley-Davidson Event Coordinator) says: "Last year’s Christmas dinner was a huge success. Over 300 of our cities homeless people were served food here at our dealership and over 200 volunteers came out to help. This year promises to be even bigger, with more than 500 homeless people expected to be in attendance.""The Broken Chains Ministry has come a long, long way in helping the less fortunate. It’s a great organization that reaches out and helps so many in our community. We’re thrilled to be working together with Broken Chains again this year to make Christmas bright for some of Las Vegas’ needy families."Volunteers are still needed to help staff the motorcycle charity event. If you are interested in volunteering, you can contact Pastor Cody Huff at Broken Chains Ministry at (702) 265-2603, or you can also just show up at Las Vegas Harley-Davidson between 8:30-9:00 a.m. Christmas morning.Broken Chains Ministry serves the homeless on a daily basis by providing them with job opportunities and gathering donations to provide the homeless with clothing and other basic necessities. If you would like to make a donation to the homeless, Las Vegas Harley-Davidson has bins set up at the motorcycle dealership. Warm clothing (jeans, sweatshirts, jackets, etc.), small children’s toys, small non-perishable pop-top cans of food, small jars of peanut butter, crackers, tooth brushes, tooth paste, soap, etc. are all greatly appreciated.About Las Vegas Harley-DavidsonLas Vegas Harley-Davidson, a division of Southern Nevada Harley-Davidson Sales Inc., has been serving Southern Nevada since 1995. For more information visit the motorcycle dealership at 2605 S. Eastern Avenue (near Sahara), the website lvhd.com or call 702-431-8500.