October 1, 2014
Controversy is brewing in the Capitol City tonight...over a float being allowed in the Nevada Day parade.
Board members, for the second year, will let Denis Hof's Moonlight Bunny Ranch...have an entry in this annual tradition.
They say there will be two girls, fully dressed, riding with a driver.
The name of the brothel will be plastered across the car...and that's it.
Organizers say the float IS mixed amongst teenagers...who will be representing their perspective high schools.
But, they say by no means will it be tasteless.
Earlier today, Hof issued this statement...regarding his entry.
"Once again, like last year, we are honored to participate in The Nevada Day Parade. The Bunny Ranch prides itself on being a good community sponsor and legal Nevada business. Last year, our ladies dressed and acted appropriately and we expect the same this year."
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