The NBA lockout is over, and that means arena employees, bartenders, scalpers, and fans are all happy. So too is the talent that keep the players entertained. The league is again open for business.
For example, somebody is throwing a soiree in downtown Cleveland to welcome back the NBA, and no party populated by NBA, NFL, and MLB players is complete without "dancers." Hence this Craigslist post calling for women who want to earn $200 and a shot at the open bar in exchange for dancing and flirting with athletes. The last line is perhaps the best part of the whole ad.
The NBA is back.. Looking for women for NBA Party (Cleveland)
We are having a Welcome back party for the NBA. Several NBA Players.. NFL and MLB players will be there
we are hosting this at a prestigious hotel in Cleveland
Must be 23 years old.. hot.. sexy.. love to dance.
all we need you to do is come to the party ... look good and have fun, You must dance on the dance floor and just mingle with these athletes.
Discretion is a must.! You must sign a confidentiality waiver
pay is 200 dollars cash.. Plus open bar and food.
Party will be held on a monday night from 9-1
send pics.. and why you would be great for this party and what turns u on about NBA Players
So, ladies, what turns you on about NBA players?
And what hotel is hosting this party? Our money's on the Marriot.
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