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FAN Madness Party




 
March is upon us, which means we’re all going a little mad.

Play hooky with The FAN as we hang out at the Lloyd District Buffalo Wild Wings for our 2014 FAN Madness Party on Thursday, March 20th and Friday, March 21st. 

Join us at Fort Awesome for all the madness games on  all of Buffalo Wild Wings huge TVs. If your team isn't playing, we have you covered with tons of activities, including corn hole toss with the FAN Girls.

  All of your favorite FAN shows will be broadcasting live both days, including Travis & Wilcox from 12-3pm,  Primetime with Isaac and Suke from 3-7pm, and Buffalo Wild Wings GameNIght from 7-10pm.

Doors open at 9am both days.
All ages welcome!

Why spend a day at work or school when you can spend the day going mad at Fort Awesome!
 
Thanks to our sponsors at COUNTRY Financial, Ron Tonkin Dodge, Laurelwood Brewing Co., Pape Machinery, Mt. Hood Meadows, Crunch Fitness, LaRog Brothers, and of course, Buffalo Wild Wings – the official hangout for NCAA sports. 
 
 















 
 
 





 

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