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Wednesday, January 31, 2007

Party Your Pants Off Night

Posted By on Wed, Jan 31, 2007 at 1:10 PM

Everyone gets a gift bag from Dream Girl Direct, which sells clothes like this lady has on, perfect for fishing or high school reunions.
Velvet Dog manager Tino Rancone — one of Cleveland's most fearsome club promoters -- e-mailed us a couple days ago to be a "celebrity judge" at the club's first-ever "Party Your Pants Off Night" on February 9. The name should say it all. At 11 p.m., contestants will "get down in their unmentionables" for a "Shake-Ur-Kahlua" competition. The amateur dancer who can shake, shimmy, and damn near shut down the swanky club for anti-nudity violations will score either a weekend stay at a downtown hotel or $100 cash. Nobody goes home empty-handed, though. Everyone will get a gift bag from Dream Girl Direct. And outfits from the exotic-lingerie distributor will be auctioned off to benefit the American Heart Association. At 10 p.m., Cleveland fashionista Priscilla will emcee a lingerie show. Clubhoppers can also dance with the Kahlua Girls while getting looped on free shots of the liqueur. Then the judging begins. But hey, somebody's gotta do it, right? — Cris Glaser

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