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Vegas Matey, VEGAS!
Jimmy Buffett’s Margaritaville
Las Vegas, NV
September 15, 2012 7:00 PM – 10:00 PM
“Come celebrate the day after our Cougars shine on National TV’s Las Vegas version of ‘Friday Night Lights!’ … Please join your fellow Cougar Fans, Pirates of the Palouse members and Cougar Nation Celebrities at Margaritaville on the Las Vegas Strip as we celebrate the rejuvenation of the Cougar Nation!”
$49.95 If purchased 8/11/2012 to 9/13/2012
$60.00 If purchased on 9/14/2012
*50% of net proceeds of this event will be equally donated to: The Cougar Athletic Fund, Team Gleason Foundation and the Team Leach Scholarship Fund.”
- · WSU Cougar Athletic Fund
- · Team Gleason
- · Team Leach Foundation
Ticket Price Includes:
- · 1 Pirates of the Palouse T Shirt
- · 1 POTP Wrist Band for exclusive access to the 12 Volt Patio 3rd floor Margaritaville
- · 1 Drink Ticket good for (1) Beer, Wine, Soda or Well Drink.
- · Exclusive offer for “POTP Take Las Vegas” attendees to receive great discounts on any room at the Cosmopolitan (subject to availability, exclusively through POTP)
o Save $90 on a “City Room” by booking Friday and Saturday
o Save $200 on a “Terrace Suite” by booking Friday and Saturday
- · A Buffet Dinner at Jimmy Buffett’s Margaritaville
- · A casino offer from the Margaritaville Casino
A shirt, dinner, a drink, an offer from the Casino, and $90 or more in Hotel discounts for only $49.95?!?!? WOW! Viva Las Vegas!
You will receive your hotel discount via a link in the ticket confirmation email
Must be 21 years of age
We are excited to announce that we’ll be hosting a “Cougar Celebrity Roundtable” during the Pirates of the Palouse Take Las Vegas event. Stay tuned for other celebrity announcements……!
Confirmed Roundtable Celebrities:
Tom S. Pounds
Tom Pounds founded the ‘Ol Crimson Network which is responsible for putting the Cougar flag on ESPN Game Day. A tradition that has transcended WSU Football and become a national expectation. ‘Ol Crimson on ESPN Game Day.
Anthony, aka #41, aka Zeus, developed the 41 Sports program, the “41” originated from his football number from his days at WSU (1989-1993) where he played as starting linebacker and still holds many records to this day. During his collegiate career at WSU, Anthony worked alongside athletes such as Drew Bledsoe, Mark Fields, Mike Pattinson, Torey Hunter, Singor Mobley, Justin Debeaumont, Darron Pointer, Marlin Brown and Paul Wulff just to name a few. Anthony was coached by Mike Price and Bill Doba and not to mention his amazing mentor, Judy Doba. Anthony then went on to play for the Dallas Cowboys, Amsterdam Admirals and Calgary Stampeders and was also on the hit T.V. show, Battle Dome Warriors.
Singor Mobley was a key member of WSU’s fabled Palouse Posse defense of the early 1990s. Mobley was a rock on the Eskimos’ defense for much of his CFL career, leading the team in defensive tackles twice (2004 and 2005), setting an Eskimos team record by returning three fumbles for 129 yards in 1995 and being named the Eskimos’ nominee for outstanding defensive player in 2003. He appeared in four Grey Cup games, winning the big game twice, in 2003 and 2005. Singor also played in 44 games for the Dallas Cowboys in 3 years. He finished his Eskimos career playing in 158 games and recording 602 defensive tackles, 78 special teams tackles, 24 pass knockdowns, 21 sacks, four forced fumbles, 21 tackles for losses for 70 yards, 21 fumble returns for 266 yards and two touchdowns and 15 interceptions for 360 yards and three touchdowns.
- One of Drew Bledsoe’s favorite targets in the early 1990’s. Listed in WSU record book 14 times for kickoff returns and receiving. Set a WSU record when he caught passes for 255 yards against Arizona State in 1993. Drafted out of College by the Indianapolis Colts, Deron Played for the Rhein Fire (WLAF) in 1995. Washington natives might remember Deron leading the Curtis Vikings to a State Championship in 1990. Deron scored touchdowns on a 67-yard interception return and an 8-yard reception in Curtis’ 25-0 victory over Kentwood for the Kingbowl AAA football title. Deron’s dad is a longtime NFL Referee and yes…his aunts are the actual “Pointer Sisters!”
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