Strip Club Saves Little League’s Season
March 13, 2012 by staff
Strip Club Saves Little League’s Season, In a twist that seems ripped straight from the 2005 remake of “The Bad News Bears”, if not the sketch comedy show Portlandia or possibly a Lil’ Wayne rap lyric, a Los Angeles Little League on the verge of ceasing operations because of rising costs and declining revenue was bailed out just before the start of the 2012 season by the least likely of all benefactors: A strip club.
As reported by the Torrance Daily Breeze and Associated Press, among other outlets, and brought to Prep Rally’s attention by NBC Sports’ OfftheBench blog, the Lennox Little League was given a stunning $1,200 donation from the Jet Strip gentleman’s club, funds which helped offset rising costs for baseball fields within the K-8 Lennox School District, which owns all of the baseball facilities in the Lennox community and dramatically limited the Little League’s ability to sell concessions at its facilities.
“It feels good to be from Lennox when people do stuff like that,” Lennox Little League volunteer president Roberto Aguirre told the Daily Breeze. “At the same time, the future is very scary for us, because [the donation] is a one-time deal.”
Luckily — and Daily Breeze reporter Rob Kuznia astutely asked for clarification on this point — the Lennox Little Leaguers won’t be forced to wear the Jet Strip logo on their uniforms, as the Bears did for “Bo-Peeps Gentleman’s Club” some seven years ago. Rather, the donation to the Little League comes with no strings attached.
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