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Men of The Strip takes ALS Challenge, to do shows in Las Vegas Special

By Markos Papadatos     Aug 23, 2014 in Entertainment
Las Vegas - The guys from "Men of the Strip" were nominated to do the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge by Jeff Timmons from 98 Degrees, as well as the other male revues at Las Vegas.
Three of the lead performers participated in the challenge, Keith Webb, Chris Boudreaux, and Chaun Williams, as well as owner Mike Foland, which took place at Fremont Street Experience in Las Vegas. The Dancing Dealers and Dancing Bartenders poured the buckets, containing ice and water, all over them.
Foland remarked, "Jeff Timmons nominated me for it, and a few other people nominated 'Men of the Strip,' so we decided to do it at the Casino that we will be performing."
In return, "The Men of the Strip" nominated Guy from Greenspun Media, John Huck from Fox 5 and Tony Hsieh from Zappos, for the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge.
Most recently, as Digital Journal reported, Memorial Foundation Fund was established for Nate Estimada, which preserves and honors the vision of the late performer.
Their upcoming shows will take place at the D Las Vegas Showroom on August 28, 29, 30 and 31, so things will be busy for the guys of "Men of the Strip."
Foland shared that their live shows will span approximately 75 minutes, and they will be adding more fan interaction, with the guys coming out in the audience and doing more meet and greets, and giving the ladies private lap dances. "We are giving the ladies what they want," he said.
"Men of the Strip" is produced by Timmons and Glenn Douglas Packard serves as its creative director.
For more information on "Men of the Strip" and their upcoming events, visit their official website.
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