Scores Holding Company Announces the Inclusion of Licensee 'Scores Showroom' In 'The Playboy Guide to Bachelor Parties'
NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--July 1, 2003--Scores Holding Company Inc. (the "Company") (OTCBB: SCOH) announced today that its Licensee "SCORES SHOWROOM" located in New York City is prominently featured in the latest edition of The Playboy Guide to Bachelor Parties written by James Oliver Cury.
The Playboy Guide to Bachelor Parties matches the wide range of activities at the modern bachelor party, including golf weekends, gambling getaways, camping trips and more. SCORES SHOWROOM is featured as the sample scenario in the chapter addressing "How Do You Choose A Strip Club".
Author Cury describes SCORES SHOWROOM as "New York's finest-and the women are all knockouts". He goes on to write-"The club employs hundreds of women so it won't take more than a few minutes to find one or two that seem perfect. You won't find any skanks here. Many of the dancers are college students so you can have real conversations with them". The chapter goes on to say, "Since it is one of New York's major strip clubs, and located in midtown it attracts a lot of celebrities. Many male and female stars have dropped by to see what exactly goes on in here. The list according to Club spokesman Lonnie Hanover, includes Barbara Walters, Russell Crowe, George Clooney, Bruce Willis, Jean Claude Van Damme, Mickey Rourke, Aerosmith, Motley Crew, *NSYNC, The Back Street Boys, Heather Locklear, Pauley Shore, Mini-Me, Madonna, Mark McGrath (of Sugar Ray), and athletes like Yankee pitcher David Cone. Carson Daly and Howard Stern are known to frequent the place (separately). A few stars have had their own bachelor parties at Scores, says Hanover. The late Chris Farley showed up at the Tom Arnold bachelor party (Adam Sandler and David Spade also attended) and was so inspired that he removed his shirt, got on stage, and strutted his stuff along with some of the dancers. Another time, Sandra Berhard attended a bachelorette party here with some supermodels and joined the dancers on stage. Chuck Norris had two bachelor parties at the club-only one of which resulted in an eventual marriage (the other marriage was called off). Liam Gallagher, of Oasis, had a famously raucous bachelor party here too. Howard Stern's odd little friend Beetlejuice held his bachelor party here, but later announced on the show that the wedding was off. And Demi Moore reportedly conducted some research at Scores before starring in the movie Striptease."
James Oliver Cury, a former lifestyle editor at Playboy.com, is a regular contributor to Playboy magazine and has written for Details, SPIN, Entertainment Weekly, and other national magazines. The http://www.prismtree.com/the-modern-ways-of-preparing-your-home-for-an-adult-toy-party/ Playboy Guide to Bachelor Parties is a FIRESIDE BOOK published by Simon & Schuster New York.
For more information on planning a Bachelor Party at SCORES SHOWROOM please call the SCORES sales office at 212-868-4900 or go to www.scoresshowroom.com.
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