Super Bowl strip club stimulus?
If this Fast Company article is correct, estimates that the Super Bowl is pumping $153 million into the South Florida economy are conservative in more ways than one: they overlook a less than wholesome swell from football visitors at strip clubs. “Peeler destinations,” as the article calls them, can apparently double their business during Super Bowl festivities. Football fans typically boost both tips and visits, especially in a Florida city like Miami, which is one of the six biggest strip club markets in the country.
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