Playboy Bunnies Hop on Worldwide Tour, Holing up in Las Vegas on June 10

Playboy Enterprises, Inc. has recently announced the launch of their global, year-long 50th anniversary celebration in honor of its iconic Playboy Bunny and world-famous Playboy Clubs. 

The company is marking the momentous occasion with commemorative merchandise and exclusive events around the world, including 50 Playboy Club parties in 50 cities, all held on one night; a uniquely-commissioned Playboy art exhibition at The Andy Warhol Museum; and newly designed Playboy apparel featured in some of the world’s top retailers. 

Originally opening to the public on February 29, 1960 in Chicago, the Playboy Clubs quickly became the embodiment of sexy sophistication and one of the world’s most successful night club chains. 

In 2006, the Bunnies returned, and Playboy reopened its famous Club at the Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas. 

This year Playboy plans to open two additional multi-faceted entertainment venues in Miami and Cancun. 

In its June 2010 issue, Playboy magazine will further celebrate the Playboy Clubs’ legacy, providing a sneak peek at the future of the famous nightclubs throughout the world. Special features will also appear on Playboy.com and Playboy Radio. 

On June 10, Playboy will be hosting their global world’s sexiest party simulataneiously in 50 cities throughout the world, all held on the same night. 

Fifty select nightlife venues–in domestic and international cities including Las Vegas, Miami, Cancun, London, Hong Kong, San Diego, Chicago and Johannesburg–will open their doors as “Playboy Clubs” for one night only to celebrate the momentous occasion. For updates, and venue and ticket information, visit: www.PlayboyClub50.com.

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