VEGAS (November 22, 2018) –Vegas Golden Knights President Kerry Bubolz announced today, November 22, that the team has partnered with Terrible Herbst to introduce a limited edition Vegas Golden Knights collector cup series. The first collector’s cup – which features defenseman Deryk Engelland – is now available at all Terrible Herbst locations in the Las Vegas Valley. For a list of full locations, as well as an image of the Engelland cup, visit vegasgoldenknights.com.
There will be six total cups in the series, each featuring a different Golden Knight player/character. The cups retail for $2.99, which includes one free fountain soda fill. The cups will be released individually, with the release dates to be determined and announced at a later time.
“The Golden Knights and Terrible Herbst have collaborated on this unique promotion that we hope our fans will enjoy,” said Vegas Golden Knights President Kerry Bubolz. “The collector’s cups will feature some of our most popular players and characters and will be a great, affordable addition to the memorabilia collections of Golden Knights fans throughout the Valley.”
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