Drinks With The Stars: The Nightclub & Bar Show Returns To Las Vegas! | Celebrity Page

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The stars were out and about in Las Vegas for the 2021 Nightclub and Bar Show!

Media personality and actress Jenny McCarthy did the honors by cutting the ribbon to welcome all the hottest stars and business tycoons back to the expo.

The Nightclub and Bar Show is a trade show held annually in Las Vegas where the biggest names in nightlife, alcoholic drinks, entertainment, business and leisure come together for an exciting networking event to grow the industry.

Many familiar faces walked the red carpet for the 2021 Nightclub and Bar Show, including rockers Rick Springfield and Sammy Hagar.

Hagar has been in the alcohol industry for almost thirty years and is continuing to find new ways to evolve his brand, including a variety of popular alcoholic drinks from rum to tequila. In an on-stage interview, Hagar revealed:

"If I could only have one drink for the rest of my life, it would be a margarita."

Other stars who showed their support and are also in the tequila business include legendary rapper 50 Cent and former Green Bay Packers safety, Jim Bob Morris.

Jim Bob Morris is the owner of El Bandido Yankee Tequila, which consists of ultra premium tequila from the Highlands of Jalisco. Morris partnered up with restaurateur and NHL Hall of Fame Hockey Player Chris Chelios to launch the new tequila brand.

With the convention business back up and running in Vegas, this show even announced a brand-new name for next year: The Bar and Restaurant Expo.

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