Special Guests ‘Ronnie the Limo Driver’ and ‘Sal the Stockbroker’ from The Howard Stern Show Will Be At the Club on Wednesday Night, October 17th
Rick’s Cabaret/NYC, the best gentlemen’s club in New York City, will celebrate its seventh anniversary in the Big Apple with non-stop parties from October 16-20th at the West 33rd Street venue. The club is a flagship location of the Rick’s Cabaret International, Inc. (NASDAQ:RICK) group of publicly traded gentlemen’s clubs.
More than 100 entertainers will be on hand each day to celebrate during parties that will feature free admission, valuable giveaways and specials on beverages. The festivities begin at 11 a.m. weekdays and 12 noon on Saturday, and keep rolling until 4 a.m. the next morning.
“Sal the Stockbroker” and “Ronnie the Limo Driver,” two of the characters from the Howard Stern Show, will be special guest hosts during the party on Wednesday evening starting at 8 p.m.
“All the Rick’s clubs are great. They have the hottest girls. They have grown to 33 clubs and I know they will keep growing. They are the best,” said Ronnie the Limo Driver.
“Rick’s Cabaret New York’s 7th Anniversary–I am really looking forward to it. So many beautiful girls, I can’t wait,” said Sal the Stockbroker.
Rick’s Cabaret/NYC opened in the Fall of 2005. Located across the street from the Empire State Building and a block from Madison Square Garden, it has become a Manhattan tourist destination point because of its exceptionally attractive entertainers and ambience. The elegant three-floor club features a Zagat-rated steak house, full VIP floor with private rooms, a non-stop cabaret show on the main floor and a roof-top smoking deck.
“Our anniversary parties get better and better every year, and we think the seventh will be the best of them all so far, with at least 700 entertainers on hand to greet our guests,” said Ken Sistrunk, general manager of Rick’s Cabaret/NYC.
As someone who’s been to several of their anniversary parties, I can attest that these celebrations are off the hook! Then again, any night at Rick’s Cabaret is special. Last week, I met a hot blonde there who called herself “Dylan.” (Strangely, she didn’t know who Bob Dylan was, but she was familiar with the poet Dylan Thomas. Go figure.)
photos courtesy of Rick’s Cabaret