The Deja Vu Stripper-Mobile On Road To 2010 Super Bowl


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While the dorks and media types wonder whether the studly grown fetus known as Tim Tebow will make a commercial appearance during the Super Bowl, this blogging outfit chases down news on the Deja Vu Stripper Mobile making its SB debut.

Our tipsters at Friends of the Program send word, and the above photo, that shows the soon to be world famous Vu Stripper Mobile rolling in New Orleans.

And the plan is to have the stripper truck entertaining fans at the Super Bowl!

Joe Schoenmann of the Las Vegas Sun reported earlier this month that the plan was to head north to the Pacific Northwest and then across the U.S. to Miami.

Nope. Too cold for strippers in the back of the lettuce delivery ride modified to hold a stripper pole.

On Sunday, he said Déjà Vu will create “it’s own little parade” with the strippermobile and two more trucks with wrap-around advertising trolling the streets of New Orleans for customers.

He hopes to be in Miami for the Super Bowl on Feb. 7.

“It’s a lot of fun,” Beard says, adding that on his trip, he has had to turn down young women at every gas station who want to quit their jobs and go with him.

To be strippers?

“No, just to party,” Beard says, chuckling.

Ahh, but this wouldn’t be Deja Vu’s first rodeo with mobile stripping outside football stadiums.

Remember 2005? Tampa? A stripper mobile home?

Six women performed lap dances inside the motor home, charging $20 to $40 depending on whether they danced topless or totally nude, police said Tuesday. The vehicle, adorned with a sign for strip club Deja Vu, was parked across the street from Raymond James Stadium.

Patrons paid a $20 cover charge and were served alcohol, said Tampa police Sgt. Bill Todd. Officers also caught a male patron smoking marijuana in the back of the vehicle.

The 2010 version of the Vu stripping experience seems to be safe from Miami police because there is no nudity. We suppose the only issue would be traffic accidents.

And men blowing a paycheck at a dark strip club buffet. Anyway.

[On national tour, stripper-mobile reports from Texas]

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