The one strict rule Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney have for Wrexham's Las Vegas promotion party
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Wrexham stars are heading to Las Vegas to celebrate their promotion back to the Football League in style, but owners Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney do have one rule in place.
The Welsh outfit racked up a massive 111 points to secure first place and seal automatic promotion to League Two, a division Wrexham have not competed in since their relegation in 2008.
They partied hard after lifting the National League title following a 3-1 win over Boreham Wood at the Racecourse Ground on 22 April and had a huge open-top bus parade through the streets of Wrexham on Tuesday.
Wrexham's heroes pocketed a £200,000 bonus to share amongst the squad but they have also been rewarded with a stunning trip to Sin City.
Ben Foster had hinted about the monster promise from the Hollywood owners featuring "lots of flashing lights", while board advisor Shaun Harvey recently confirmed it was being "mooted".
And talisman and top scorer Paul Mullin has now provided further details on the Vegas outing - including revealing that it's very much all-expenses paid for.
"It became a thing where if we won the league, we’d get a holiday," Mullin told British GQ.
"So we’re off to Vegas. Ryan and Rob told us to leave our cards at home, they're sorting the lot.
"They sent us a full itinerary just now. Part of me doesn’t want to go, I might be dead by the end of it.
"But I’d never go to Vegas by me own accord, so I’m buzzing for it."
However, one man who will be not jetting out to Vegas is manager Phil Parkinson, who will be staying at home praying his players don't recreate the carnage in 2009 comedy classic, The Hangover.
"I didn’t make the cut for the Vegas trip, unfortunately,” he told Sky Sports.
“We’ll leave that one to the lads and hopefully they will come back in one piece. I’m sure they will.”
Wrexham have developed quite the following in the United States and will travel across the pond for pre-season in the summer.
The club are participating in the 7v7 'the Soccer Tournament' in Cary, North Carolina, before the first-team plays a huge friendly against Chelsea in the state.
They will then take on Dignity Health Sports Park, Carson, California on July 22, before playing a lucrative fixture against Manchester United at the Snapdragon Stadium, San Diego, California, three days later.