As if it has not been bad enough, with the snow, the ice, the ICE (seizing t-shirts), flight cancellations, blocked interstates, and the ESPN Sundance Square radio meltdown. Now we find out that DFW is experiencing the greatest STRIPPER SHORTAGE in Super Bowl history!
Following the lead of the Pittsburgh Steelers, one of the fan favorite pre-game activities is running the TD bar circuit. North Texas has been looking for more than a few good women this Super Bowl week. Strippers, mainly.
TMZ.com reported that the strip clubs surrounding Cowboys Stadium had been looking for an additional 10,000 girls to entertain the many men expected for the Packers-Steelers big game week.
Arlington city officials are expecting 300,000 visitors this weekend.
John Walsh, the manager of one local strip club, Showtime Cabaret, told TMZ he was looking for another 100-120 dancers for the weekend.
But visitors, need not worry. Quality still trumps quantity at the DFW stip clubs. “I mean we’re not just hiring anyone,” one woman who answered the phone at the club said. “They have to meet the right criteria.”
Apparently, many of the strippers who regularly make the Miami, Atlanta, Dallas, Phoenix, Las Vegas Convention circuit, failed to show up this week. Some had transportation problems and many simply decided they could make more money in Vegas this week, due to much lower “overhead”, according to WOLF “sources”.
Speaking of no shows, both Prince and Snoop Dog skipped out on their sponsored parties last night. No explanation provided to the suckers who forked out thousands of dollars for “exclusive VIP tickets”.
Bill Lively, chairman of the North Texas Super Bowl Committee has been on TV all week talking-up Jerry World. Lively believes the “Cowboys Stadium” experience is going to be so overwhelming, that it will trump the many disappointments of the week. Lively believes the NFL plans on bringing the Super Back to Arlington early and often. His committee is already working on their next presentation!
Good luck with all that, Bill.
Firefighters from the city of Arlington Fire & Rescue Department are removing snow from the roof of Cowboys Stadium. The Chief said that this is a public safety issue and that he expects his Department will work through the night, removing snow and ice from the top of the $1 billion dollar facility.
Arlington is bending over backwards for the NFL in hopes of landing Super Bowl L in five years.
FOX 4 Dallas will begin Super Bowl Coverage at 6 a.m. Sunday morning. The VLV Live (45 live) coverage will run without interruption for at least 15 hours. This reporter would prefer to watch Fox Force Five (See Pulp Fiction for reference).