Party Wednesday in Las Vegas to Welcome NHL

To celebrate Las Vegas finally getting our first major professional sports team, and fulfilling the dreams of thousands of Las Vegas natives, we are throwing a massive (hopefully) party.

The party will take place at O’Aces Bar and Grill on Decatur and Tropicana, 4955 S Decatur Blvd.

Everyone is invited and it is encouraged to spread the word to anyone and everyone who may want to come out and celebrate with us.

We’ll start gathering at 4 PM and the party will go on for as long as people want to stick around. The main party will be in the banquet room, but it’s probable we take over the entire bar as the night rolls on.

At 4:30 or so we have a whole bunch of free food being paid for by one of our amazing sponsors, The DeHart Team at Nova Home Loans. We’ll keep serving that food until it’s gone. Plus our friends over at Popularity Popcorn are bringing a bunch of popcorn.

We will also be selling our brand new T-Shirt. The shirts will be available for purchase at the party and then we’ll make them available on the site for those who couldn’t make it out. (Links coming on this)

Television cameras from multiple stations are expected to be on hand to document the party for their nightly newscasts.

At some point during the night members of the Vegas NHL organization are expected to show up including the one and only The Creator himself, Bill Foley.

So come on out with us and celebrate what will truly be a monumental day in Las Vegas history. Get some free food, raise a glass with us, be on TV, and maybe even meet some of the people that took the idea of major pro sports in Las Vegas from a rumor and a dream to reality.

**Super special thanks to Brian Blessing of Sportsbook Radio for working with us to not only set up the event but also to promote it. I was on the show this afternoon discussing not only our party but his special events on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday. Check out that interview here.**

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