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McConnell's Irish Pub in Key West Draws in the Locals Along with the Tourist

Using Catch the Mania has helped McConnell's Irish Pub on Duval Street in Key West, FL pack the house during a routinely slow week night.  It also helps the Southernmost Irish Pub in the US augment the tourist crowd that ebbs and flows

Welcome Aboard Johnny Rockets Sports Lounge!

Johnny Rockets Sports Lounge launches their first night of Catch the Mania Pub Style Trivia in grand fashion!  Congrats to the overall winning team of "Can't Remember Shtuff," who took home the Grand Prize of a $30 gift card to the Great Escape Lodge and Indoor Waterpark!  They took on eight other teams and most everyone brought home some great Johnny Rocket's gear. You can meet the challenge every Tuesday from 7-9pm at Johnny Rockets, just South off of Exit 20 off of the Adirondack Northway.  Bring your team and take a shot at the title, and remember there is no limit on team size!  

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