Posted on: January 26, 2024, 04:33h.
Last updated on: January 26, 2024, 04:33h.
Circa founder Derek Stevens is showcasing his marketing prowess by using his private jet to attract customers ahead of the NFC Championship game. Stevens, the owner of several popular Las Vegas casinos, is raffling off two spots on his private jet during a pep rally at the Circa Sportsbook, leveraging bettors’ enthusiasm for Sunday’s game
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Stevens is a Michigan native and an avid supporter of sports teams from Michigan, including the Lions. For those interested in Sunday’s game, winners of the raffle will join Stevens on his private jet for quick trip from Las Vegas to San Francisco – an attractive proposition for bettors.
“No need to pack a bag,” Stevens said at Circa last night. “We’re leaving Sunday morning, and we’ll be back Sunday night. Quick 15-hour trip.”
In addition to the opportunity to win spots on Stevens’ plane, participants will also have the chance to win other prizes at Saturday night’s “Huddle Up at Overhang” pep rally at Circa Sportsbook.
Participants of the pep rally stand a chance to win prizes such as cabanas at Circa’s famous Stadium Swim or dinner at Barry’s Downtown Prime—the casino’s flagship restaurant. Additionally, Stevens believes that the Lions are the best outcome for Circa Sports for both the NFC title game and the Super Bowl.