Hustler Wants To Become First Strip Club To Offer Sports Book
Nevada is one of the few U.S. states in which Sports betting is legal. We have covered the ongoing legal battle in the state of New Jersey which is battling the courts to in an effort to cash in on what potentially could be an annual £11 billion market.
The lure of such huge sums of cash and the fact that millions of Americans enjoy their sports betting has not gone unnoticed by big brands. The latest American brand to enter the sports betting market is that of the Las Vegas Hustler Strip Club who have recently filed an application with the Nevada Gaming Commission. Their aim is to earn the bragging rights of becoming the first strip club with a sports book. The combination of lap dances and sports betting is an appealing notion for many males who are the primary target audience for sports betting.
While at first this move by the Hustler brand ma y be seen by some a s a publicity stunt, Hustler told the Review- Journal that they intend to offer betting under the guidance of a seasoned sports book director by Super Bowl 2015.
The club intends to enable customers to use hand held devices to place their bets while enjoying a lap dance and free lap dances will be accumulated for betting points. Publicist for Hustler Al Taylor was adamant that their executives aim to make this a reality and are more than ready to take their case to the Supreme Court if necessary. He even went to state that when sports betting is legal in the Garden State, Hustler will launch their version of stripping sport books there.