The vegan scene in Las Vegas has been on a steady uptick in recent years. New restaurants and vegan-heavy menus keep popping up as consumers even in the town best known as Sin City want healthier options. Fostering part of that shift is \u201cThe Las Vegan Show,\u201d a late-night \u201cTonight Show\u201d style talk show on its own network, dubu.org. The show\u2019s creator and executive producer, Sean Lee, used proceeds from another business (a popular piano lesson platform HDpiano.com) to channel resources as both an investor in vegan businesses and a video producer creating "The Las Vegan Show." \u201cThe goal of the show is to help \u2018normalize\u2019 veganism,\u201d says founder Sean Lee. A vegan since 2012, Lee wanted to create an entertaining show that would promote a sustainable vegan lifestyle. \u201cI started traveling the world producing vegan video content in 2014 and had the chance to meet dozens and dozens of and wanted to create a platform where these various creators could showcase and promote their unique content,\u201d he says. After traveling the world, Lee made Vegas home and says creating \u201cThe Las Vegan Show\u201d was a natural decision that enabled him to\u00a0bring the experts and influencers voices to Vegas. He created the vegan Dubu network in order to manage the content, but the network has yet to show a profit. But Lee is hopeful it will take off. \u201cThe alternative\u2014free content\u2014comes with many side-effects like advertising (before, during, and after the video) and unproductive drama,\u201d says Lee. He\u2019s talking about the comments section and trolls as well as algorithms on sites like YouTube that can push trending dramas to the forefront. \u201cAlthough this does well in the YouTube algorithm, the viewer is punished by this low production value and low vibrational content,\u201d he says. \u201cIf you\u2019re like me, you want a \u2018safe\u2019 place to watch vegan content in peace. Evergreen content that inspires and educates without trying to sell you on anything else.\u201d Like any late night talk show, \u201cThe Las Vegan Show\u201d covers a range of topics--it\u2019s as varied as the guests. Hosted by influencer Brin Amberlee, the guests include activists, athletes, social media influencers, and doctors. It features vegan products and brands as well as local businesses and entrepreneurs. \u201cThe most rewarding part is getting to work alongside so many inspiring vegans,\u201d says Lee. His company also produces custom videos (including video content for LIVEKINDLY). \u00a0\u201cI love meeting new people, showing them around Las Vegas, collaborating on video ideas, and delivering a final video that moves people. Working on something that you believe is helping make the world a better place is the #1 motivator, and getting to share that with other inspired people is a feeling like none other,\u201d he says. Lee says if the show achieves anything, he hopes it helps to break the stigma and proves vegans are "normal people" living compassionate lives.\u00a0\u201cYou don\u2019t have to be \u2018weird\u2019 or stand out to live a more sustainable and compassionate life.\u201d Become a\u00a0CLUBKINDLY\u00a0member today!