Friday, August 5, 2016
Get Lucky! Name The Last Restaurant At Lucky Dragon And WIN!
Lucky Dragon Hotel & Casino, the first in Las Vegas to have a focus on authentic Asian culture and gaming, requests the public’s help in naming its last unnamed restaurant concept, the night market.
The resort is seeking English and Chinese name suggestions for its night market, a restaurant modeled after the bustling street food vendor fairs common in Asia. Members of the public can submit their ideas to luckydragonlv.com/lucky-dragon-hotel-casino-invites-you-to-name-our-night-market/. Alternatively, entrants can submit names to firstname.lastname@example.org, or through any of the Lucky Dragon social media accounts by tagging @luckydragonlv and using the hashtag #NameOurNightMarket. The person who comes up with the winning name will receive an exclusive weekend stay package at the resort, including a two-night hotel stay, a meal for four people at the night market and $100 in promotional play.
Inspired by the vibrant markets dotting the night throughout Asia and landmarks such as Ghost Street in Beijing, Lucky Dragon’s night market will introduce Las Vegas to the best street food offerings of China, Taiwan and broader Asia. The night market will be open from breakfast through late evening and will feature a rotating menu of regional delicacies, fresh (and live) seafood, exquisite dim sum, succulent barbecue, delicious boba tea, and much more.
The public is invited to submit names in either Chinese or English, with submissions from each language receiving equal consideration. The opportunity to submit a name ends Monday, Aug. 15, 2016 and the winner will be announced on Lucky Dragon’s Facebook page facebook.com/luckydragonlv, Twitter page twitter.com/luckydragonlv and Instagram page instagram.com/luckydragonlv on Monday, Aug. 22, 2016. Be sure to follow those social media accounts for updates about Lucky Dragon and the contest.
In addition to the night market, Lucky Dragon will boast a dim sum restaurant, indoor/outdoor tea garden, fine dining restaurant, grab-and-go eatery and a show kitchen – all of which will be detailed in a future announcement.
Posted by Carole9073