Strippers Hold Topless Car Wash To Raise $2.5k For Deputies Who Were Shot
Topless Car Wash Raises Money For Wounded Deputies
Marysville, CA – A group of strippers from City Limits Showgirls volunteered their time to hold a topless car wash to help raise money for two Yuba County Deputies who were shot on August 1st.
The Sheriff’s Office declined to endorse the event, saying that they didn’t want to be associated with it, but couldn’t stop it from happening. They investigated to ensure that it was operating legally.
In a statement, the sheriff’s office said, “While we appreciate the sentiment of support from the business owner, we do not endorse the event. We have looked into the legality of the event and have spoken with the promoters regarding how they plan to operate it.
“They have advised us it will be fully enclosed and they will be checking ID’s prior to entry, the same as they would to enter their establishment, therefore if the event is ran as explained, it will be a legal business promotion.”
On the company Facebook page, they said, “I know we are not the ideal business for a fundraiser, but we feel it’s our civic responsibility to help anyway we can. These officers put their lives on the line to protect everything dear to us.”
“Anyone 18 and over can come through and donate,” club operations manager Hal Meyer told KRON4. “The more you donate, the more you can get.”
KCRA talked to the strippers who said that the deputies help them feel safe if there’s ever any problems at the club.
The business held their carwash on Saturday, and raised $2,565 for the injured heroes, according to KRON4.
You can see video about the car wash below (no nudity – safe for work):