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UB Bulls Watch Party This Friday at HARBORCENTER

HARBORCENTER will be hosting a Buffalo Bulls Watch Party this Friday and the College Basketball National Championship Party on Monday, April 6.

“We are excited to continue the (716) Ultimate Fan Destination Series with a party that gives area basketball fans the best opportunity to experience the national championship game on our 38-foot screen,” HARBORCENTER Vice President and Director of Food and Beverage Dominic Verni said. “Our college football national championship and Super Bowl viewing parties were a huge success. We now look forward to celebrating college basketball’s spring tradition during the championship game and throughout the entire tournament. That excitement starts when we cheer on the UB Bulls Friday afternoon.”


Friday’s (716) Buffalo Bulls Watch Party will feature food and drink specials, along with contests throughout the game with prizes from (716) and UB. The first 100 guests dressed in Buffalo Bulls apparel will be given a complimentary cowbell. Throughout the game, the (716) experience will be amplified by the UB fight song, which will be frequently played on the restaurant’s in-house audio system.

(716) will tip off its College Basketball Championship week as WGR’s Schopp and the Bulldog broadcast live on Thursday and Friday, followed by Sal Cappacio on Saturday from 11 am-2 pm. On Monday, April 6, (716) will host its College Basketball National Championship Party at 7:00 with multiple contests and promotions leading into the championship game. The restaurant will host a mini basketball free throw competition throughout the evening. A live pep band will be on-hand to help enhance a high-energy game viewing experience. Reservations are free and available at Every guest will receive a free (716) basketball pint glass with a reservation.

Lead image: Mayor Brown went to UB’s Alumni Arena to help send off the UB men’s basketball team as they make their way to Ohio for round one of the NCAA tournament. He also declared Friday, March 20, 2015 as UB Men’s Basketball Day in the city of Buffalo. This is the first time the Bulls have won the MAC Championship and their first appearance in the NCAA Tournament.


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