CT Lottery’s Sportsbook at Bobby V’s to Host Subway Series Watch Party Giveaway on June 14th
Players have the chance to win gift cards and Bill Burr suite tickets as they watch the game.
Stamford, CT / June 9, 2023 – Check out the Subway Series baseball game between the Yankees and Mets this Wednesday, June 14th, and cheer on your favorite team at the Connecticut Lottery Corporation’s sportsbook at Bobby V’s Restaurant and Sports Bar in Stamford for a chance to win tickets to a suite at the upcoming Bill Burr comedy show in Bridgeport.
Patrons are encouraged to stop by Bobby V’s on Wednesday evening to watch the thrilling rivalry game and enter to win exciting prizes like Bobby V’s gift cards and tickets in a suite at the upcoming Bill Burr show on June 23, 2023 at the Total Mortgage Arena in Bridgeport.
Starting at 5 PM, patrons at the retail sportsbook at Bobby V’s can enter drawings that will take place during the game. Patrons must be present at Bobby V’s to win. Food and drink specials, as well as sportsbook promotions such as profit boosts, are also available throughout the game. First pitch is at 7:10PM on Wednesday, June 14, 2023.
Bobby V’s Stamford is a premier sports experience destination featuring 200+ HD TV’s and their famous two level video wall for sports fans. Their affordable but upscale full service menu and bars make Bobby V’s the go-to sports bar for this year’s New York rivalry series.
Bobby V’s Restaurant and Sports Bar is located at 268 Atlantic Street in Stamford.
No purchase or betting necessary for entry. Patrons must be 21 years of age or older to enter and must be present at the drawings to win. Subject to terms and conditions available at Bobby V’s Restaurant and Sports Bar.
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