Man-about-town Randy Char rules at real estate, but a new business venture is feeding his need for speed.
Char Luxury Real Estate owner Randy Char is adding a new thrill to his career—and the community—with an adrenaline-based venture called Police Chase Las Vegas at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. “Actual police cars and real enforcement-training maneuvers are used to create an experience as authentic possible,” he says. “This business is going to be a gateway for our local community to have a little deeper understanding of what it’s like to serve in law enforcement.” Here, Char shares a few of his favorite things when he’s not on the race track or brokering real estate deals.
“The EDC VIP package sounds exhilarating. Being helicoptered in could definitely bring out my inner kid. Maybe this year?”
“There’s a fantastic studio near the Strip called Ballroom Addiction where I plan to take lessons this summer.”
“It’s hard to surpass the fun of a luxury VIP suite at the T-Mobile Arena. Whether I’m watching an A-list headliner or enjoying a Golden Knights hockey game, these suites are hard to beat.”
“I always tell my friends and clients, if you live in Las Vegas and don’t love food, you live in the wrong town. I’ve been finding myself dining at Eataly and Best Friend at Park MGM.”
“Being a gentleman in today’s society is dressing the part. Ricci Lopez at STITCHED is one of the most in-the-know tastemakers in Vegas.”
Char Luxury Real Estate; Best Friend photo courtesy of MGM Resorts International; Dancers photo by Deagreez/iStock; EDC photo courtesy of Insomniac; Stitched photo by Anthony Mair; T-Mobile Arena photo courtesy of T-Mobile Arena