Support Your Melons: Rachel's Hosts Second-Annual Pour Star Inc. Breast-Cancer-Awareness Fundraiser on Monday

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Visit Rachel's Adult Entertainment in West Palm Beach on Monday and you'll have an excuse to do more than simply ogle a perfect pair of breasts. Now, you can support them, as well.

On July 25, starting at 9 p.m., Rachel's will be hosting the second-annual "Support Your Melons," a breast-cancer-awareness fundraiser brought to you by Pour Star Inc., a locally founded bartender apparel and accessory company with a focus on philanthropic endeavors. 

To learn more about "Support Your Melons" -- and how to get in Rachel's for free -- keep reading...

Pour Star Inc. founder and Rachel's bartender Jenna Thomas created this awesome charity event to raise money for Susan G. Komen for the Cure, a nonprofit dedicated to the fight against breast cancer. It's Thomas' goal to support both local and national nonprofits as she continues to expand her growing in-the-biz apparel and accessory company.

Do your part and party with them. Look for Thomas -- and all the Rachel's bartenders and servers -- to be in rare form Monday: They'll be topless save for pink and green body paint (the night's honorary colors) compliments of Georgette Pressier of Devious Body Art in West Palm Beach. 

They'll also be wearing Pour Star apparel, tiny green "booty shorts" with a matching pink bow, of course -- a nod to the night's sponsors, Midori and 360 Vodka. To help mix things up, the spotlight will be on master flair mixologists Robert Husted and Josh Gates, both pouring specialty cocktails and martinis made with the night's sponsored liquor lineup. 

Pour Star Inc. will be donating proceeds from the sale of each $25 Support Your Melons cocktail to Susan G. Komen.

Get there early and be entered for a chance to win the 50/50 raffle, or participate in the silent auction with prizes donated by local businesses and sponsors. And keep an eye out for the return of special guest Jason Sherman, creator of Beyond Zero, a machine that freezes alcohol into ice cubes.

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For every voucher it receives, Rachel's will donate $5 to the nonprofit

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