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Vibe Ultra Lounge Presents Maxim's Big Game Party This Friday

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It's true that most men -- though not all -- enjoy a side of boobs with their Super Bowl. For them, it's like chips and salsa, a hamburger and a bun. You get it, and so does Maxim. The magazine is hosting the Big Game Party at Vibe Ultra Music Lounge this Friday to get Fort Lauderdale's dudes all juiced up for the actual big game.

Maxim doesn't mess around, though. It's not just bringing your typical scantily clad stripper or two to the event. Instead, guests will include what it describes as "the sexiest women." It's hard to deny that the gals aren't pretty.

The beautiful, curvaceous, and local lady Dominique Storelli, winner of Maxim's 2011 Hometown Hotties contest, will be present. Even the DJs are babes. The Duffle Bag Divas are flying in from Los Angeles

to spin hip-hop, house, and R&B for the boys and sexy mamas. Basically, eye candy + football = good party.

Purchase either general-admission tickets or grab free drinks all night with $100 presale, $150 at-the-door VIP tickets. The party's on February 3 at Vibe Ultra Lounge (305 Las Olas Blvd., Fort Lauderdale).


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