A famed Las Vegas strip club is honoring Veteran’s Day with an extra special offer for those who have served in the armed forces.
The Crazy Horse III, a legendary Las Vegas strip club, is showing its appreciation for military members by offering free l*p dances on Veterans Day.
The promotion is available to both active duty personnel and veterans and will be in effect from noon until 6pm on November 11.
Las Vegas strip club Crazy Horse III honors military members
The advertisement from the strip club exclaims, “Honoring those who served. Complimentary l*p dance for all veterans and active duty.”
In an effort to turn the federal holiday into day of debauchery, the establishment is also granting free entry to their establishment for any Nevada resident over the age of 21.
L*p dances at the Crazy Horse III typically cost $20 before tips, making this promotion a significant savings opportunity for brave servicemen to get some rest and relaxation.
Las Vegas strip club Crazy Horse III is world famous
TMZ, which first revealed this news, has referred to the Crazy Horse III as one of the most famous strip clubs in Sin City.
The establishment spans over 50,000 square feet and features four bars, six stages, and a 250-person private area.
According to the strip club’s website, it operates “24 hours a day, 365 days a year… to deliver an unforgettable experience like no other.”
It also boasts awards for being the “Best Gentlemens Club” and “Best Bachelor Party,” and Thrillest named Crazy Horse III the “Best Strip Club In Las Vegas.”
This upcoming Veterans Day promotion is not the first time the club’s owners have shown support for America’s armed forces.
Earlier this year, they advertised a “Military Appreciation Month” in which veterans and active duty members were treated to free cocktails and beer, along with entry for the entire month of May.
Las Vegas strip clubs love wild promotions
Las Vegas strip clubs are notoriously generous to the members of the military and their local athletes.
In March, Larry Flynt’s Hustler Club offered Raiders quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo a lifetime platinum VIP membership at the establishment worth $500,000.
He signed a three-year deal to lead Las Vegas’ NFL franchise earlier this year, but was benched during Week 9, just hours after the team fired head coach Josh McDaniels.
Rookie Aidan O’Connell was elevated to QB1 and lead the team to a 30-6 win over the ailing New York Giants with 209 passing yards and 16 completions.