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Josh and Wendy
Wendy and Josh took their first trip as a couple to Vegas in 2008 and are still hooked nearly a decade later. As Josh says, “Vegas is a part of our family.” The Ohioans got married at Caesars Palace in 2013 and try to visit Vegas as often as life allows. In Vegas, they can usually be found donating their money in the casino, unearthing the best happy hours, and making memories that will last a lifetime.

8 Comments on "A March Madness in Vegas Memoir Part 1: 12 Hours of Madness at Hard Rock Cafe"

  1. What a great write up. Thanks

  2. This was such a great read — you’ve captured so many small moments that ring true about why Vegas sports watching is so unique. Thanks for the shout out, too! Hope you write more here.

    • Josh and Wendy | April 27, 2017 at 12:24 pm |

      Kelly, thanks so much for the kind words, really happy you enjoyed it! The main goal was to give the reader an up-close look at not only March Madness, but the roller coaster ride that is betting on sports in Vegas. This won’t be the last you hear from us; there will be three more MM posts (the next will cover the intersection of St. Patty’s Day & MM) and then we have a list of restaurants and events (Rod Stewart concert) to review which will be MUCH shorter (we promise!).

  3. Chris in Nashville | April 27, 2017 at 11:51 am |

    whoa, just whoa. What a read! I’ve always wanted to do MM in Vegas. This article made me feel like I was there!

    • Josh and Wendy | April 27, 2017 at 12:33 pm |

      Thanks, Chris! I’m glad the article made you feel like a part of MM in Vegas; now you should come join the party next year!

  4. A great article, and a warm welcome to VegasBright! As someone who has done the large viewing parties in the past, I definitely think you have captured the feel of it, and do a good job of trying to bring the reader through the various feelings during the course of a day. Looking forward to the rest of the articles!

  5. The Stan Gable reference was priceless.

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