O’Sheas Casino at The LINQ Hotel & Casino had an exciting week with two events in two days. To celebrate the midway point to St. Patrick’s Day 2016, O’Sheas Casino offered guests a chance to participate in the Irish fanfare early with a day of fun-filled activities on Thursday, September 17.
Pictured: O’Sheas Casino and Bonanza Beverage present check to Goodwill of Southern Nevada’s Veteran Integration Program. From left to right: Eddie Famania, TJ McNally, Eric Kremer, Terri Conway, Bill Gialketsis, Brian Thomas, Eileen Moore
On Friday, September 18 O’Sheas celebrated the end of its Save the Caps promotion, where ten cents from every Miller High Life purchased was donated to Goodwill of Southern Nevada’s Veteran Integration Program.
The Halfway to St. Patrick’s Day festivities kicked-off at 4 p.m. and included drink specials like $5 Guinness and $7 Jameson, leprechauns running amok, a Guiness Blonde Dunking Booth, as well as beer pong, giveaways and live performances by The Hooligans and Darbi O’Gill.
On Friday, September 18 representatives from O’Sheas Casino, Regional President Eileen Moore and Eric Kremer and Bill Gialketsis from Bonanza Beverage presented a check for $2,944.80 to the Goodwill of Southern Nevada’s Veteran Integration Program. Walter Lescano, Director of Community Affairs for Goodwill of Southern Nevada, as well as Terri Conway, Chief Culture Officer, were present to accept the check. Throughout the Save the Caps promotion, guests purchased more than 19 pallets of Miller Highlife, enough to fill an 18 wheel trailer. The Veteran Integration Program helps more than 700 veterans find employment every year.
Las Vegas’ favorite party destination, O’Shea Casino’s 5,000-square foot space houses 11 table games, 15 video poker spaces, six beer pong tables, and three bars – Lucky Bar, Dublin Up Bar and the outdoor Blarney Bar. With value-priced drinks available all day long, including the house specialty, the whiskey-infused Irish Margarita, and around the clock fun and entertainment, O’Sheas reigns supreme as the Strip’s best Irish-inspired spot.