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Below, we have included some of the bachelor party articles we have written for your review. Please feel free to use them after you get approval from us.

Lean and Green
Bachelor Party Planning: The Economical and Earth-Friendly Way

Michael Lasky

So you are planning a bachelor party during one of the worst economic times of our century. Many groomsmens or their significant others may be losing their jobs and/or watching their money very closely. We felt it would be helpful to give you our 411 on how to have an economical (yet still fun) bachelor party. We also felt it would be helpful to point out how to stay green and do our share to protect the environment. Below, we have provided some bachelor party tips in these areas:

1) Have The Bachelor Party Close to Home - Travel can get expensive when you take the flight, room, food, drinks, etc into account. Have a home party with cute bachelor party decorations or go to a near by restaurant and/or bar with a sober driver or bachelor party limo or party bus.

2) Ask For Group Discounts - Many places will give you a bachelor party volume discount as they want your business more than ever. Use your bachelor party girl power to get great deals since it is a buyer's market and many venues and services are struggling.

3) Plan Ahead and Stay Organized - Make sure to start planning your bachelor party way in advance so you can organize and know exactly what you are doing. Statistically, those doing last minute planning spend more. We also see many people at order at the last minute and know they will be paying more for shipping or their plans out since they did not have time to get discounts or have a plan of "Last Night Out" action!

4) E-Vite Instead of Invite - Get everyone's emails and send out a bachelor party invitation e-vite, instead of spending money on paper bachelor party invitations.

5) Create Your Own Bachelor Party Decorations - Get some colored construction paper, glitter, glue and make your own bachelor party decorations. Write "Last Night Out", "Bride-2-B", and other cute sayings on paper rolls. Make a pre-planning party out of it which is fun and a great ice breaker to meet the other bridesmaids. Staying Green: Make sure to use recycled paper.

6) Pre-Party Before Going Out - It is much more economical to purchase Costco/ Wallmart/ Smart&Final appetizers and alcohol than to go out and pay for it at some bar or restaurant. Have pre-bachelor party festivities before going out on the town. This will save everyone some money and still be lots of fun.

7) Get Some Hunk Films Instead of Hiring a Male Stripper - Have fun with the girls without the meat. If you are going to hire a female stripper, check out our entertainment directory to find a sexy and reasonably priced male dancer. Also make sure to ask what the exact rates/tips are so you don't feel slighted by how much it actually may cost.

8) Make Your Own Bachelor Party Games - If you go out, play games such as quarters, "I Never" as well as tell funny stories about the bachelor. Check out our bachelor party games section or go to our reasonably priced bachelor party games.

9) Have a Bachelor Party During the Week - There are much better deals during the week than on holidays and weekends. Call ahead and ask for the place's deals. Any Friday and Saturday bachelor party will most likely cost the group more.

10) Supply and Demand - Call a few bachelor party venues you are interested in and have them compete for your business. See who offers you the best package rate and let them know you are calling around. See if you get complimentary appetizers, meals or desserts for the bachelor and maid of honor. Also ask if they take discount cards like AAA or see about coupons (which many times you can find coupon codes on the internet).

You can also contact the bridesmaids early and see if anyone has hook-ups for any nice place. Maybe a club entry, bottle service, discounted limo, etc. Work your bachelor party magic!

I hope this bachelor party tip information was helpful and that you have a great Last Night Out!


Bachelor Party Fun Receives 2008 Best of Northridge Award
U.S. Local Business Associationís Award Plaque Honors the Achievement

WASHINGTON D.C., August 7, 2008 -- Bachelor Party Fun has been selected for the 2008 Best of Northridge Award in the Mail Order category by the U.S. Local Business Association (USLBA).

The USLBA "Best of Local Business" Award Program recognizes outstanding local businesses throughout the country. Each year, the USLBA identifies companies that they believe have achieved exceptional marketing success in their local community and business category. These are local companies that enhance the positive image of small business through service to their customers and community.

Various sources of information were gathered and analyzed to choose the winners in each category. The 2008 USLBA Award Program focused on quality, not quantity. Winners are determined based on the information gathered both internally by the USLBA and data provided by third parties.

About U.S. Local Business Association (USLBA)
U.S. Local Business Association (USLBA) is a Washington D.C. based organization funded by local businesses operating in towns, large and small, across America. The purpose of USLBA is to promote local business through public relations, marketing and advertising.

The USLBA was established to recognize the best of local businesses in their community. Our organization works exclusively with local business owners, trade groups, professional associations, chambers of commerce and other business advertising and marketing groups. Our mission is to be an advocate for small and medium size businesses and business entrepreneurs across America.


Michael Lasky

Behavior of a Bachelor(ette) Before the Last Night Out
Tuesday February 12, 9:37 am ET
Tracking Bachelor and Bachelorette Party Consumer Online Trends in 2008

LOS ANGELES, Feb. 12 /PRNewswire/ -- A new study was conducted in the first quarter of 2008 by the largest network of bachelor and bachelorette party sites which tracks trends of men and women who are planning bachelor(ette) parties. We own the websites and, the two largest and longest running bachelor party and bachelorette party sites in a network of pre-wedding party websites, reports these findings from their 2007 year end statistics, including more than 4 million visitors during the year. According to the study completed in the last quarter of 2007 involving data from 388,000 visitors on, the top three viewed sections include bachelorette game ideas, male entertainment and bachelorette party invitations. Furthermore, a similar study in the last quarter of 2007 on which included 253,631 visitors uncovered the top three online destinations as female entertainment, location ideas and general entertainment ideas (i.e., golf, bars, sporting events).

Due to an increasing fear of an economic recession, there has been an upward trend for bachelor(ette) parties to plan more home parties and be more economical, as compared to the previous year's data. Michael Lasky, speaks with a lot of bachelor and bachelorette party planners states, "The trend may be due to the increase in costs associated with travel and less disposable income." Lasky reports that he expects close to 5 million visitors to come to his network of pre-wedding party websites during 2008.

What are the most common new parties? They include attending musicals/plays, instructional exotic / pole dancing lessons, an in-home exotic male entertainer, spa day, or just a nice dinner and drinks out for the bachelorette party. The recent trends of bachelor party events include bar hopping, in-home female dancers, golf weekends, paintball and concert/sporting events.

Lasky states that his network of pre-wedding party sites includes the largest online party planning resources; nationwide limousine and entertainment directories, theme ideas, as well as the largest selection of bachelorette party games to help make planning the bachelorette party easier for the maid of honor and bridesmaids. Other great areas on their site include a free downloadable scavenger hunt game with over 60 ideas and a free "Oath of Secrecy" which can be printed out and used by the bachelorettes.

Interesting data on Lasky's pre-wedding party network includes the most popular destination for bachelor(ette) parties is Las Vegas, with 35% of the traffic visiting the Vegas sections. In addition, the most popular items sold on the and sites include veils, games, tableware and drinkware. Lasky states, "I have created the bachelor(ette) party websites as a portal for consumers to receive nationwide information on planning their parties as well as providing over 320 party items for their bachelor and bachelorette parties, creating a one stop shop." The websites and statistically track where visitors go on the sites to increase information in areas that are most popular.

Overall the bachelor and bachelorette party industry is substantially growing online in conjunction with the volume of weddings, even though the type of venues are ever changing. With today's free information on the net, sites like these make it less stressful and more fun for bachelor party and bachelorette party planners to be creative and resourceful.




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