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"I find most promoters and VIP hosts are professional and courteous—and I’m no bottle customer."

In the wake of Jezebel’s Hakkasan promoter story, some perspective on Vegas nightlife

July 23rd, 2014

"I find most promoters and VIP hosts are professional and courteous—and I’m no bottle customer."

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