Foxwoods Full House Experience a Hole in One

Wednesday, 07.24.2013 / 11:33 AM / Community
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Foxwoods Full House Experience a Hole in One
On Thursday July 18th and Friday July 19th, Madison Club subscribers were hosted for the Foxwoods Full House Experience at Foxwoods MGM Grand Casino in Connecticut. Madison Square Garden invited the subscribers up for a one night stay at the MGM Grand which included a unique dinner reception and the subscribers\u2019 choice of golf or spa treatment the following day.
Stephane Matteau and a Madison Club subscriber at the evening reception at Foxwoods MGM Grand.

On Thursday July 18th and Friday July 19th, Madison Club subscribers were hosted for the Foxwoods Full House Experience at Foxwoods MGM Grand Casino in Connecticut. Madison Square Garden invited the subscribers up for a one night stay at the MGM Grand which included a unique dinner reception and the subscribers’ choice of golf or spa treatment the following day.

When subscribers arrived at the reception, they were joined by Rangers alumni Nick Fotiu, Adam Graves, and Stephane Matteau, who had dinner and shared stories guests as they took in the unique scenery of the grounds at Foxwoods. Knicks alumni Earl Monroe and Charles Smith were also on hand for the dinner.

“This is like vacation here, the Casino, golf tomorrow,” said Matteau. “It is beautiful here and to do it with Rangers fans makes it even better. To have the Knicks be a part of it is great also, I have not seen Charles Smith since we filmed a commercial together in the ‘90s.”

After dinner, the Madison Club subscribers had the night to themselves at the Foxwoods MGM Grand, which includes casino, spa, restaurants, and nightclubs. The next morning, the guests departed for their spa appointments or the Lake of Isles golf course. Fotiu, Graves, Matteau, Monroe, Smith and John Starks had breakfast with the guests before their choice of activity.

“This is a terrific day, come out here to Foxwoods, enjoy golf and get to know some of the fans a little better”, said Graves. “It’s a win-win.”

After golf and spa, the alumni wished the guests well and everyone traveled back home to start their weekends. Both parties are looking forward to seeing one another again at games throughout the 2013-14 season, during which Rangers/Knicks alumni conduct impromptu meet and greets at the Madison Club.