'Maxim' Brings Super Bowl Party to Chicago, Fort Lauderdale, San Diego

By Mitra Sorrells February 9, 2011, 11:00 AM EST

Maxim expanded its connection to the Super Bowl this year by replicating the party it holds in the game’s host city each year in three additional markets—Fort Lauderdale, Chicago, and San Diego. The local parties Friday night were scaled-down versions of the Saturday party in Dallas, the site of Super Bowl XLV. While 2,500 people attended in Texas, the three local parties attracted about 2,600 people altogether, most of them fans of the international men’s magazine.
“The Maxim party is arguably the biggest private event during the biggest weekend in professional sports, and we want to extend its reach to new markets. This is an exciting step to create heightened exposure for the company as we continue to build a totally integrated media and marketing company,” said Joe Mangione, C.E.O. and publisher of Alpha Media Group, in a press release.

Unlike the main party in Dallas, which was by invitation only, these three parties were open to the public. The simultaneous events, all produced by the Passion Group, took place Friday night in nightclubs in each city: Vibe Ultra Music Lounge in Fort Lauderdale, SpyBar in Chicago, and Stingaree in San Diego.  

Each party included live entertainment, local celebrities, and Maxim models. In Chicago and San Diego the venues charged their normal cover fee of $20, while the Fort Lauderdale location offered free entry as usual. Alpha Media Group plans to expand the party to more cities next year.

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