Come celebrate with us on July 20, 2013 for Guppy House’s Grand Opening of West Covina. This will be our 3rd collaboration with Southern California’s Guppy House chain. The event will start at 5PM and continue till 10PM. Awthentik Vibes will be on the 1’s and 2’s spinning the tunes. In between sets, Pacific Noize will be performing live reggae tunes.
During the beginning of the event, the World Famous NASA Crew will be painting the photo backdrop on a large 20ft x 8ft canvas.
While music and art is part of the celebration, it’s not a party without hot cars and beautiful women, but due to the size of the lot, we are offering registered spaces for $20. This will guarantee you a spot close to the action. All proceeds from the spaces will be donated to JDRF. (registration below)
FOR CAR REGISTRATION:
In addition, the Diamond Dozen Girls, Ling, Thao, Franchesca, and Monique will be at the event to entertain the crowd. The Diamond Dozen Girls will be going on a date with 4 lucky winners. That night, get the chance to have an appetizer and drink with a Diamond Dozen Girl one-on-one at West Covina’s Guppy House. We will take care of the appetizer and drink for both of you. Each raffle ticket will be 2 for $5 with proceeds going to JDRF.
If that’s not enough, we have added a Wahine Bikini Contest for participating females. The lucky winner will receive a cash prize of $500, runner-up will receive $250, and 3rd place will be award $100. Judging will be based on selected judges and crowd participation. (pre-registration below)
We encourage everyone to have a great time and respect area tenants. This is a permitted event and we will have hired Police on site so do not do anything stupid unless you want to get ticketed.
West Covina Guppy House is located at:
2646 E. Garvey Ave South
West Covina, CA 91791
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