Smacktalk Sports Partners with Nevada Beverage for Sago’s Shows

sagos-baja-tavern-loungeHosts Tony Gaglione and Shawn Adams are taking their show Smacktalk Sports to another level at Sago’s Baja Tavern every Tuesday night by partnering up with Nevada Beverage and Bud Light for the remainder of the 23 week contract. Nevada Beverage will be attending all events at Sago’s along with sending professional photographers, Bud Light girls, and sponsored game nights that include beer pong tournaments, bags, and sports trivia nights. All the games will be for prizes given by Nevada Beverage which include dinners, drinks, tickets to special events in the Las Vegas area, and miscellaneous prizes.

“This is a huge opportunity for us to take the show to the next step, draw a much larger audience, and gain even more revenue for Sago’s Baja Tavern,” said host Tony Gaglione when asked about the partnership. “The partnership in general is just awesome, and we have to thank Kimberly Battistini of Nevada Beverage, Jason Godfery who is the owner of Sago’s, and all of his staff for welcoming us into their establishment with open arms,” said host Shawn Adams.

Sago’s Baja Tavern is located near the corner of Tropicana and Fort Apache Road here in Las Vegas, the exact address of Sago’s is 4790 South Fort Apache Road. Sago’s offers its patrons a great atmosphere for sporting events with a massive projection screen in the very center of the dining area and six more big screens surrounding it. There are friendly staff members serving premium cocktails 24 hours a day, and games galore surrounding the bar area.

Nevada Beverage Company got its start in a small building on Main Street Las Vegas in 1948. Three years after incorporation, under the leadership of Pat Clark the business became part of the DeLuca Importing Company and in 1960, Pat Clark became Vice President of DeLuca Importing helping the company move to its larger warehouse. In 1976, then President, Pat Clark eliminated liquor and all but two beer products from their portfolio. Deluca retained the Coors franchise while the newly reformed Nevada Beverage Company retained the rights to the Anheuser-Busch franchise, each operating as solely owned and separate companies.

To keep up with the demand of its products and services, later that year Nevada Beverage Company built its present facility on Tropicana Avenue. The plant was state-of-the-art for the time. The Warehouse has been expanded three times since originally built and now contains 139,050 Sq. feet (65,375 square feet of controlled environmental warehouse space) and a majority of its workforce.

You can join in on all of the excitement that happens with Smacktalk Sports and their numerous local sports guests every Tuesday night from 7 p.m. PT until the show is over at 4790 South Fort Apache Road here in Las Vegas at Sago’s Baja Tavern.

See you there!

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