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Doesn't appear to be what it sounds like:
Clubbers who present a “food stamp card” will pay just a $5 cover charge, the Daily Caller reports.
Manager Harman Wilson says the night is meant to complement the club's other theme nights, such as Fat Tuesday, Karaoke Wednesday or Thirsty Thursday.
Wilson says patrons will not be able to use their food stamps to buy alcoholic beverages. He says he hopes the novel approach will draw people to the club.
My personality type: INTJ - please forgive my weaknesses (Not naturally in tune with others feelings; may be insensitive at times, tend to respond to conflict with logic and reason, tend to believe I'm always right, tend to be unwilling or unable to accept blame )
A lot of people sell their food stamps or credit on the EBT card. Either way who cares you get a free shot at the door. How can you gripe with that?
No Lunch Break "Pomotions"?
Methinks da club needs II hire a copy editor.
Looks to me like the promoters got exactly what they wanted, free publicity.
I think it is creative. Food stamps are commonly used in much of the country. This is good marketing for people in the Mid-West, Southeast, Southwest and some other parts of the county.
Poor taste . I would not frequent such a place and rarely would be anywhere that charges cover ..