Celebrate the Beauty of Nature with “Hotties with Shotties” Parties at Crazy Horse III

Celebrate the Beauty of Nature with "Hotties with Shotties" Parties at Crazy Horse III
Award-winning gentlemen’s club, Crazy Horse III, will host a “Hotties with Shotties” promotion in celebration of the National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF) SHOT Show from Tuesday, Jan 23 through Friday, Jan 26 (Pictured: Holly Peers – Photo credit: Hot Shots Calendars)

SHOT Show attendees are invited to enjoy one complimentary cocktail at the popular gentlemen’s club with an official convention badge. Plus, badge holders will enjoy free entry and limo service by calling 702-673-1700.

India Reynolds from Hot Shot Calendars
India Reynolds from Hot Shot Calendars

On Wednesday, Jan. 24, models from the Hot Shots calendars will host a convention after-party at the club. The pinup calendars donate a percentage of each calendar sale to war veteran charities, including Help for Heroes. 2018 Hot Shots calendars and meet and greet opportunities will be complimentary for customers purchasing bottle service during the party, with models including Kelly Hall, India Reynolds and Holly Peers.

Additional information about Hot Shots calendars can be found at www.hotshotscalendar.com.

Crazy Horse III will host THOR Global Defense Group for a late-night party on Thursday, Jan. 25. THOR provides the operational equipment and services needs to complete any mission with years of experience in all fields of service. More information about THOR can be found at https://thorgdg.com/.

The easy-to-use Crazy Horse III app, available for download on all mobile platforms, allows users to personalize their experience with features including table reservations, bottle service packages and dancer profiles.

More information about Crazy Horse III is on the website at www.crazyhorse3.com, on Twitter @CrazyHorse3LV and on Facebook at www.Facebook.com/CrazyHorse3LV. Crazy Horse III is located at 3525 W. Russell Rd., just minutes away from the Las Vegas Strip and a few blocks west of I-15.