Rayce Rayos lives a full life as he focuses on prioritization and finding himself. Growing up in Las Vegas enabled him to open his mind to possibility and today, he manages life as the owner of Sarap, is a single parent, attends the University of Nevada Las Vegas, and teaches yoga.
Rayce also believes that it’s crucial to give back to his community, which he does through OPERATION: Shoe The People. At various times throughout the year, Rayce accepts footwear donations and delivers them to those in need throughout Downtown Las Vegas.
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