RICK'S CABARET REMEMBERS OUR MILITARY
The management at Rick's Cabaret offered free admission to all uniformed military personnel during Fleet Week here in New York City. "We wanted the guys to have a great time, and show them some old fashioned hospitality," said Lonnie Hanover, spokesperson for the chain of upscale gentleman's clubs. "The weekend was quite successful, we even found some stowaways who didn't want to leave," he joked. Sailors from all around the world hit Rick's VIP Deck and discovered a more exciting way to float their boats - getting lap dances from over 100 beautiful Rick's Girls.The club gave free admission to all in uniform during Fleet Week, and the well-heeled customers took it from there. One American sailor, a 23 year old from North Carolina who surely wants to remain nameless, was the beneficiary of a lap dance “marathon,” when a patriotic Wall Street banker sent over a stunning busty (36D) blonde and told her, "Thank him for his service--just keep dancing." She did just that, for over two hours.The generosity of the customers was apparent, as dances and drinks were being bought for the servicemen all over the club, all weekend long. "I love dancing for the military," said Rick's Girl Renee (34C-25-36), "it's my chance to show them that I appreciate what they've done."
There is still time for you sailors to visit Rick's !
50 West 33 Street
New York, NY