Photos by Sandy Zimmerman Productions
I was invited to review a strange sounding show — “Spy Escape & Evasion, the Show”, far from the usual musical stage shows we enjoy around Las Vegas. Their publicity said “Learn how to Escape & Evade” but this is America, not a foreign country!
When the handsome former CIA security specialist Officer Jason Hanson appeared on the stage, Jason explained the reasons why it is so vital for us to know and use his information. With all of his nearly ten years experience in the CIA and everything that is happening in the world today, perhaps the public really should learn a “NEW SET of RULES” for protecting themselves.
During the show, volunteers were tied with rope, duct tape, zip ties and handcuffs. True to his promise, most of them were able to release themselves by using his tips.
This show may save your life with his quick exercises learning different ways for self defense once captured. Whether the person had been kidnapped or in any other similar situation, he/she must think of things to do to save themselves. Jason explains, “Criminals love to use duct tape. You need to detect threats, adapt to any situation and escape capture. This is not just for spy’s but every day civilians can benefit from this knowledge.”
Look at Jason’s shoelaces, he switched them for 330 cord or parachute cord to assist him if he was tied. Will we all be wearing 330 cord instead of shoelaces in the future?
Jason discussed these other tactics you may learn during the show:
—How to Escape Rope, Duct Tape, Zip Ties and Handcuffs in 30 seconds or less
—The Secret of Situational Awareness
—How to Make Your Home Impenetrable to Thieves
—Tactical Pen Self Defense Techniques
—How to Use a Micro Spy to Protect Yourself and Your Family
—How to Become a Human Lie Detector
—How to Protect Your Identity
Jason Hanson has been featured on dozens of national and international news outlets such as ABC’s reality business show Shark Tank, The Wall Street Journal, Fox News, and The Huffington Post.
For information about Spy Escape & Evasion, The Show, call 702-380-7777. Shows run 75 minutes, at 5 PM, Thursday-Saturday, Indefinite.
Shows take place inside the Stratosphere Theater at 2000 Las Vegas Blvd. South, Las Vegas. All guests must be age 5 or older.
Tickets for Spy Escape & Evasion Spy Show are available online at TicketBat.com. Ticket prices start at $59 per person for general admission, $99 for VIP seating and $149 for a meet and greet package which includes a commemorative item. All ticket levels subject to applicable taxes and fees and can be purchased online by visiting www.TicketBAT.com.
For additional information visit the following websites: www.LASVEGASSPY.COM and www.SpyEscapeandEvasion.com.
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Syndicated feature series columnist Sandy Zimmerman is talk show host of the Las Vegas Today Show television programs and Discover the Ultimate Vacation television travel specials both taped “on location in Las Vegas and around the world.” Entertainment/Restaurant/Travel Reviewer. For additional information just email Sandy at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 702-515-0846.