After such an amazing year, we really wanted to cheers into the New Year with something that we are all about, mind-blowing experience and just plain fun
Las Vegas, Nevada (PRWEB) January 01, 2012
These crawfish experts really know how to have a good time. Not only did they open three new restaurants this last year, they have managed to put out a 2012 juicy calendar of their girls (one month even features the founder, Laina Vo) and have topped it off with their first ever Hot N Juicy Crawfish commercial. After airing a handful of times, the commercial has already started causing a huge hype of Hot N Juicy Madness.
On December, 31st NBC hosted, “‘America’s Party 2011-2012’ live from Fremont Street from 10p-12:15am; showing off the biggest party of the year on the West Coast, Las Vegas! This year over 93,000 households were tuned in to Channel 3 to watch the celebration and ring in the New Year, and Hot N Juicy Crawfish was part of that excitement. “After such an amazing year, we really wanted to cheers into the New Year with something that we are all about, mind-blowing experience and just plain fun”, says founder Laina Vo.
The company sponsored NBC’s, America’s Party 2011-2012, Las Vegas New Year’s Eve Twitter event. The Hot N Juicy commercial aired through the final hours of 2011. Along with the commercial, the words, “Happy New Year” continuously scrolled at the bottom of viewers’ television screens throughout the show. Those that watched got on Twitter and tweeted their friends, family, and loved ones special messages right next to the Hot N Juicy Crawfish logo that appered on the bottom of thousands and thousands of televisions. Such an exciting event for the company who, at the beginning of 2012 will unveil their next expansion location.
About Hot N Juicy Crawfish: Hot N Juicy Crawfish serves cajun style seafood restaurant. Built from a personal passion, Hot N Juicy Crawfish was founded by Tim Nguyen and Laina Vo from Dallas, TX. Both grew up loving seafood and fun. Their first location in Las Vegas was so successful that they went on to open a second Vegas one; additional locations in Orlando and Washington D.C. followed.
Throw out the silverware, seafood is served in a plastic bag and plopped on a plastic-lined table cloth to be devoured with bare hands. Menu options allow customers to choose a spice level; seasoning; and "juicy cravings" (i.e., crawfish, oysters, clams, king crab, lobsters, etc.).