Last night, Golden Entertainment Executive Vice President of Operations Blake L. Sartini II hosted a celebration at PT’s Gold on Ann and Cimarron in northwest Las Vegas to honor the 40th anniversary of PT’s Taverns.
In recognition of the generations of Las Vegas locals who have been instrumental in the longevity of the beloved local tavern, the celebration was highlighted by giveaways, a celebratory toast and recognition by local dignitaries.
Sartiniwelcomed guests to honor the momentous occasion, thanking them for their enthusiastic loyalty to PT’s and reflecting on its extraordinary 40-year history.
Sartini was joined by Mary Ann Trevino, who presented a proclamation on behalf of Clark County District C Commissioner Ross Miller, recognizing the milestone and PT’s Taverns’ commitment to improving the community. A proclamation celebrating PT’s dedication to the citizens of Las Vegas from Mayor Carolyn Goodman’s office and the City of Las Vegas was also presented to Sartini.
The evening’s festivities culminated in a complimentary champagne toast led by Sartini. Each of PT’s 64 taverns throughout the state, which include all PT’s Gold, PT’s Pub, PT’s Ranch, Sean Patrick’s, Sierra Gold and SG Bar taverns, held birthday parties with a Bud Light toast, with the first 40 guests at each location receiving a commemorative “Pouring Since 1982” T-shirt.
The celebration will continue throughout the month with $40,000 in free slot play. Every 100 base points guests earn with their True Rewards card in a PT’s Tavern will earn an entry all month long, starting Tuesday, Nov. 1. There will be 40 winners, with first place receiving a $10,000 prize; second place will receive $5,000; third place will receive $3,000; fourth place will receive $2,500; fifth through 15th place will receive $1,000 each; 16th through 30th will receive $500 each; and 31st through 40th will receive $100 each.
PT’s Taverns will also offer $1 pints of Bud Light during happy hour all November long, with a limit of two per guest per happy hour. PT’s Taverns, named “All-Time Best Happy “Hour” by Las Vegas Weekly, among other accolades, offers happy hour from 5 to 7 p.m. and midnight to 2 a.m. daily.