foxwoodsbachelorYou heard right, John Dennis is getting married and the bachelor party is at Foxwoods Resort Casino on Friday, April 11th. Join Gerry, Kirk and the guest of honor himself, John, as he says farewell to bachelorhood! All the info you need to join the festivities is listed below.

  • Call 1-800-369-9663 and mention group code #1107
  • There will be two package options available for listeners which will be for the night of 4/11 only.
  • These won’€™t be applicable before or after: $199 for a single or $249 for a double
  • Both include accommodations in the newly renovated rooms at the Grand Pequot Tower and access to the party with a buffet and bowling at High Rollers from 7:00p ‘€“ 9:00p
  • There will be a cash bar
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