Yesterday at the NCAA Men’s Final Four in San Antonio, the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame announced a ten-year partnership extension with Connecticut-based entertainment venue Mohegan Sun. The Hall of Fame and Mohegan Sun have enjoyed an 11 year partnership and this announcement will continue the relationship for the long term.
One of the leading golf magazines, Golfweek, recently announced their recognitions for golf courses across the country, and Mohegan Sun Golf Club (MSGC) has been named to the “Best Casino Courses” from the 2017 season. Hundreds of Golfweek raters examine overall strength of routing, feature shaping, natural setting, greens, variety and memorability of holes, conditioning and maintenance, landscape management and other criteria to determine the nation's best courses.
Mohegan Sun, the premier entertainment destination in the Northeast, announced today an exclusive partnership with the Webster Bank Arena in Bridgeport, CT. The three year, multiple-level agreementlogo MS releasesinvolvesconcerts, sporting events and sponsorships is effective immediately.
WHAT: Football star Sebastian Vollmer stops by Bow & Arrow Sports Bar at Mohegan Sun on Thursday, September 7th for a Signings & Sightings event.
WHEN: Thursday, September 7th
7:30pm – Signing Event
Bow & Arrow Sports Bar
IN DETAIL: Top off your game-day party with a championship guest appearance from former New England Patriots ...
The Mohegan Sun Golf Club is thrilled to announce the brand new Mohegan Sun Golf Academy, set to open this weekend and located at the prestigious course in Baltic, Connecticut. Led by PGA Professional, Michel Painchaud, the Academy has been designed for players of all abilities. The Mohegan Sun Golf Academy is the ultimate environment to improve your game while enjoying the comfort and hospitality Mohegan Sun is renowned for.
The atmosphere was electric as Barrett-Jackson’s extended Northeast Auction attracted thousands of registered bidders – including an increase of younger bidders – and surpassed the $94-million mark in total funds raised for charity to date. The Barrett-Jackson 2nd Annual Northeast Auction sold 630 vehicles, with sales totaling approximately $23.5 million at a 95.74-percent sell-through rate. 685 pieces of automobilia sold for more than $819,000, bringing the total sales to more than $24.3 million. Approximately 72,000 people attended this year’s auction, which was extended to four days based on the tremendous success of last year’s inaugural event.
The 2nd Annual Barrett-Jackson Northeast Auction returns this week, June 21-24, at Mohegan Sun in Connecticut. The World’s Greatest Collector Car Auctions® will once again offer a full schedule of events, including a variety of family festivities and the automobilia auction starting Wednesday during Preview Day. The excitement continues Thursday through Saturday with the collector car auction, featuring a sold-out docket for the second year in a row.
- A ’66 Shelby GT350-H Fastback (Lot #665.1) is one of 999 Shelby GT350s built in 1966 and one of only 59 built in Ivy Green
- With only 10 test miles since its rotisserie restoration, a ’70 Ford Mustang Boss 429 Fastback (Lot #650) that received an MCA score of 994 out of 1,000
- World Champion drifter Vaughn Gittin Jr. will auction his one-of-one 2010 Ford Mustang RTR-C (Lot #658), which was built to launch the RTR brand
UNCASVILLE, CT (June 2, 2017) – An incredible lineup of classic and late-model Ford Mustangs are making their way to Barrett-Jackson’s 2nd Annual Northeast Auction at Mohegan Sun in Connecticut, June 21-24, 2017. Among the hotly anticipated Mustangs coming to The World’s Greatest Collector Car Auction® is an extremely rare Shelby GT350-H Fastback (Lot ...