The Erotic Ultra-Lounge Is Donating 100% Of The Proceeds To Those Affected
Larry Flynt’s Hustler Club Las Vegas has plans to hold a bottle auction to benefit the Maui disaster relief efforts following the tragic wildfires that devastated the island and its residents.
Patrons will have the opportunity to bid on a variety of premium bottles including a vintage 3-liter bottle of 1996 Dom Pérignon “Rose” wrapped in 24 karat gold with a value of $200,000. 100% of the proceeds raised from the auction will benefit the wildfire victims who have been displaced.
“Being that Las Vegas is considered the ninth island, we felt a strong sense of urgency to help our ohana who have been affected overseas,” said Brittany Rose, General Manager of Larry Flynt’s Hustler Club Las Vegas. “Not only will patrons be able to bid on a variety of fine champagnes and spirits at a fraction of their retail value, but they will also be contributing our relief effort fundraiser to help provide essentials to those who have been displaced.
The auction is scheduled to take place on Friday, August 18 beginning at 10 p.m. with bottles being auctioned off every hour on the hour throughout the night. Admission is complimentary (self-drive or free club transportation only).
Guests must be 21+ to enter. VIP packages can be purchased in advance by visiting vegashustlerclub.com. Restrictions apply, management reserves all rights.
ABOUT LARRY FLYNT’S HUSTLER CLUB – LAS VEGAS
Opened in September of 2010, Larry Flynt’s Hustler Club – Las Vegas contains a heady air of possibilities, starting with visitor-seducing sights and sounds from the minute you touch down at the club. It is comprised of 70,000 square feet of astounding elegance spread across three floors and a resident executive basement reserved for management and the entertainers.
Secondly, it is also a world-class event center and nightclub featuring five affixed bars and crowned with a year-round oasis of bliss on the rooftop. Adorned by a relaxing cyclone of breezy curtains and cabaret-style sofas, here guests will find a comfortable escape from the action and address any special needs to suit the palette or the senses.
Commandeering the elevator down from the roof to the second floor reveals the VIP Bar and VIP Stage. The VIP Stage displays a see-through glass catwalk that can be viewed from floor two at eye level or on floor one, above the patron.