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Earning its title as Reno’s “Best Sports Bar,” Bully’s Sports Bar & Grill helps fans gear up for some serious end-of-season football action and upcoming Final Four basketball viewing with its “Bully’s Big Screen Buster” promotion. During the final two Wolf Pack basketball home games, Bully’s will offer a lucky member from the audience a chance to shoot from half-court and walk away a winner with a free 42-inch Plasma flat-screen TV.
This weekend, the Wolf Pack won’t be the only winner on the court. Join in the fun by cheering on a lucky contestant who will have the chance to win a big screen by making three half-court shots in 30 seconds during “Bully’s Big Screen Buster” promotion. Shot or no shot, everyone is a winner as Bully’s also gives each contestant a $25 gift card for participating. Catch all the halftime and end-of-season Wolf Pack action during the final two home games, Sat., Feb. 5th and Sat., Feb. 26th at the University of Nevada.
For more information on any of the Bully’s Sports Bar & Grill or four Smokin’ locations throughout northern Nevada, log on to www.BullysSportsBar.com.
A privately owned chain of sports bars and restaurants, Bully’s Sports Bar & Grill has been voted “northern Nevada’s Best Sports Bar” each year since its opening in 1994. Offering unparalleled sports viewing, video poker for adults, video games and pool tables for the kids, Bully’s is dedicated to serving fresh, delicious food and beverages in an inviting and family friendly environment. With locations throughout northern Nevada, Bully’s offers a full menu serving everything from breakfast to dinner and vegetarian selections.
Bully’s Sports Bar & Grill has a license from Bully’s Inc. of San Diego, Calif., for use of the Bully’s name. Bully’s Inc holds the rights to the Bully’s name under federal registration #1481972. Bully’s Sports Bar & Grill is not otherwise affiliated with Bully’s Inc. Restaurants.
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