Frontiers announces “Reader’s Choice Go-Go Dancer Competition” in Los Angeles Integrated Campaign features Print, Online, and Social Networking
Los Angeles, CA. – Southern California’s LGBT publication of record, Frontiers magazine, in celebration of the city of West Hollywood’s Go-Go Dancer Appreciation Day on Saturday, Oct. 29, has launched a “Reader’s Choice” competition—readers vote on their favorite go-go dancer, and the dancer with the most votes wins a trip to Palm Springs and the opportunity to grace the magazine’s cover!
In addition to Frontiers’ own contest, West Hollywood’s First Annual Go-Go Fest Street Party takes place on Oct. 29, with go-go dancers from around the city competing in categories that include hottest jock, best bootie, twink, best package, muscle stud and amateur go-go boy. Go-go dancers and amateurs can sign up for the chance to win tons of cash and great prizes, including the grand prize of $1,000 cash, at wehogogofest.com.
Also in conjunction with West Hollywood’s Go-Go Dancer Appreciation Day, AIDS Healthcare Foundation will be conducting free HIV testing in their van on Oct. 29 at Larrabee Street and Santa Monica Boulevard, and again on Dec. 11 at the same location for the annual AHF Toy Box Party. People who get tested will be eligible to win free tickets to LASC’s Halloween rooftop party sponsored by AHF Pharmacies. The campaign launched in the Oct. 17 issue of Frontiers and runs consecutively with an online promotion, email blasts and a voting page found at FrontiersLA.com/GoGo.
To increase involvement, readers and fans are being directed to vote on their favorite L.A. go-go dancer via QR codes printed in the magazine and on Facebook. Club promoters, nightclubs and their dancers are encouraged to promote themselves via their websites and social networking sites such as Facebook.
“We are thrilled to see some of L.A.’s best male go-go dancers participate in this event, and congratulate the city of West Hollywood for creating Go-Go Dancer Appreciation Day to help drive consumers back into WeHo,” says Vic Gerami, Advertising Director of Frontiers.