Hawaiian Tropic's Fat Friday Party Will Benefit Hurricane Katrina Relief Fund

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Hawaiian Tropic is celebrating Mardi Gras by saluting to New Orleans with its Fat Friday party. A portion of the proceeds from the party will benefit the Hurricane Katrina Relief Fund.

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Hawaiian Tropic invites everyone to Fat Friday a salute to New Orleans. A portion of the proceeds will benefit the Hurricane Katrina Relief Fund.

Looking into the past year, it's hard not to still feel the ripples from the devastation that took place on the Gulf Coast of Louisiana during Hurricane Katrina. New Orleans was hit hard and flooded beyond belief evacuating thousands of residents. The city known for its Southern Hospitality and outrageous partying was down but not out. So this February, as tens of thousands of revelers make their way to yet another Super Bowl city to have fun and watch the big game, Hawaiian Tropic invites guests to the party of all parties.

Anna Casado of http://www.HawaiianTropicEvents.com states, “This year we are proud to announce that proceeds will be going to help the Katrina Relief fund, there are still victims and should not be forgotten.” Tickets can be purchased at http://www.HTevents.com

Where: The Vault // Downtown Detroit

151 Fort Street, Detroit 48226

When: Friday, Feb. 3, 2006

8-9pm Exclusive VIP Reception

9pm-2am General Admission

Fat Friday is a tribute to the city of New Orleans. The Big Easy has hosted the big game more than anyone and is now in need of help. Hawaiian Tropic's here to do it -- New Orleans style! Guests will be treated to a Mardi Gras style event, complete with Garden District, balconies, voodoo girls, masked go-go dancers, roaming bead girls, Fat Friday frozen drink girls, southern belles, sexy NOPD police officers and a number of surprises.

And by the way, 35 of the most beautiful swimsuit models in the world, will compete for the crown of 2006 Ms. Hawaiian Tropic. The winner will receive a cash prize as well as a free trip to Hawaii to compete in the 2006 Ms. Hawaiian Tropic US Finals. Over $10,000 in cash and prizes will be awarded to the top 10 contestants.

Mike Foreman, CMO of BetUS.com, one of the oldest and most respected legal online sports betting organizations in the world says, “Partnering with a great brand like Hawaiian Tropic is a fantastic opportunity for BetUS.com. To say we are “excited" is an understatement! When you watch the game as closely as we do, Super Bowl Sunday is the greatest game on earth.”

HawaiianTropicEvents.com has partnered with one of the country’s leading entertainment production companies, TOAST (http://www.nytoast.com), and BetUS.com to create the 2006 Hawaiian Tropic Party. This is an exclusive event for corporate guests and athletes attending Super Bowl XL in Detroit. There will be over 35 Hawaiian Tropic Models competing for the 2006 Ms. Hawaiian Tropic International -- Ms. Detroit Title. Special celebrity guest DJ will spin the night away with hip-hop and top forty’s.

About HawaiianTropicEvents.com:

HawaiianTropicEvents.com (http://www.HawaiianTropicEvents.com ) is a leading web blog and photo gallery created to follow the Hawaiian Tropic Models as they compete and party around the globe in their quest to become Miss Hawaiian Tropic International. The website is filled with thousands of free photos of the Hawaiian Tropic Models as they pose for calendar photo shoots, compete for titles and party with celebrities.

BetUS.com (http://www.BetUS.com) is one of the oldest and most respected legal online sports betting organizations in the world and is licensed and bonded in two recognized gaming jurisdictions -- Canada and Costa Rica. Employing over 500 people, BetUS.com provides a safe and secure place for sports wagering to more than 100,000 clients. Members can enjoy wagering on some of their favorite sports including: football, basketball, baseball, hockey, golf and boxing. BetUS.com has been in operation for more than 12 years.

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