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Lesbian club turf battle?

Posted by Emily Sweeney July 6, 2007 12:17 PM

Tribe Nightclub Productions and Shuttavac Productions are two of the most well-known lesbian club promoters in town. Check out the two e-mails I received yesterday....it appears that Shuttavac is taking over Tribe's night at Pure:

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From:"Shuttavac Mailing List"
Date: Thu, 05 Jul 2007 10:29:36 -0700
Subject: Pure is NOT Closed

Shuttavac Productions...
Pure Re-Opens Friday July 13th

Pure will be closed for one week only (July 6th) but
will be back starting Friday July 13th.
Reply to this email with your first and last name (as it appears on your ID)
for a FREE pass to Pure on July 13th

Visit http://www.shuttavac.com for more details and photos from previous nights.

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From:wkelly@tribenightclub.com
Date: Thu, 5 Jul 2007 14:27:22 -0400
Subject: Tribe at PURE FRIDAYS is CLOSED...

Hi Everyone,
Due to circumstances out of our control, Tribe will no longer be
hosting Friday nights at Pure.
We are currently looking for a new location and will be sure to
contact you once we find another venue.
In the meantime, Come join us Thursday nights at Club Felt.

Thank you for your continued support and patronage.
Your friends at Tribe

Tribe @ Felt
533 Washington Street
4th floor-Private Side Entrance
Every Thursday night
9pm-2am
WWW.TRIBENIGHTCLUB.COM

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hmmm....anyone else sense a bit of rivalry here?


-- Emily Sweeney

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