Las Vegas strip club to offer Golden Knights stars ‘free dances for life’ if they seal Stanley Cup glory
- Larry Flynt’s Hustler Club offered Vegas Golden Knights incentive
- The team faces the Florida Panthers in the Stanley Cup Final, starting tonight
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The Vegas Golden Knights should receive “free dances for life” if they win the Stanley Cup.
The city’s hockey team advanced to the final against the Florida Panthers with Game 1 of the best-of-seven series later Saturday.
Larry Flynt’s Hustler Club gave Knights players extra incentive to try and seal the glory this month.
“The success of the Vegas Golden Knights has been instrumental in boosting the morale of our community,” said club general manager Brittany Rose. Fox 5 Vegas.
“As the first professional sports team to debut in Las Vegas, we have decided to show our support by extending the free lifetime lap dances in an effort to help motivate and lead the [team] to victory.’
Larry Flynt’s Hustler Club in Las Vegas offered an incentive to the city’s Golden Knights
The Vegas Golden Knights reached the Stanley Cup Final for the second time in six seasons
The club’s most expensive package is ‘The Last Stand Bachelor VIP Party’ for $1,500
Although the giveaway only applies if the Knights win the Stanley Cup.
The club’s most expensive package is ‘The Last Stand Bachelor VIP Party’ for $1,500.
Offer includes VIP entry for up to 15 guests, three bottles of premium liquor, champagne, $400 for dances, Bachelor To Go mug, VIP stage dance, best VIP table on site plus free t-shirts and transportation.
Cast member Sarah Johnston performs at the ‘Exxcite The Show’ premiere at the club
The Vegas franchise beat the Winnipeg Jets, Edmonton Oilers and Dallas Stars to seal the Western Conference title and advance to the Finals.
Head coach Bruce Cassidy has redeemed himself and is back in the cup final.
The team’s season was plagued by injuries, but they reached the Stanley Cup Finals for the second time in six seasons.
The Knights were defeated by the Washington Capitals in 2018, which means they’re in the hunt for the ultimate first-time hockey prize.