If you ask them, they will come. Or at least that seems to be the thinking behind Metro Vancouver business owners who are attempting to lure celebrities into their establishments.
The trend started earlier this week when action hero Liam Neeson stopped by a New West sandwich shop after spotting a sign with his name emblazoned across it.
— Big Star Sandwich Co (@bigstarsandwich) May 3, 2017
Soon after all manner of business were attempting to attract A-list celebs with the promise of free stuff.
— Mensch. Jewish Deli (@menschdeli) May 4, 2017
And now the baton has been picked up by a local strip club, which is attempting to lure Seth Rogen with the promise of free drinks.
Vancouver-born Rogen, who is currently back in town to work on a pair of upcoming projects; recently admitted that The Penthouse Club in downtown Vancouver was the first strip club he’d ever visited.
The admission came in an interview with Nardwuar the Human Serviette, in which he also said he took karate lessons at the Jewish Community Centre for 10 years, as a kid.
Whether Rogen will take the club up on their generous offer remains to be seen, but no doubt we’ll hear about it on social media when he does.
And yes, we’ve also put the offer out…
@Sethrogen Seth! You keep bumping into our staff in Yaletown! Just come up and say hi, we have pizza and beer. And an arcade machine.
— Daily Hive Vancouver (@VancityBuzz) May 5, 2017
— Farhan Mohamed (@farhanmohamed) May 5, 2017
— Karm Sumal (@KarmSumal) May 5, 2017
— Daniel Bettridge (@DanielBettridge) May 5, 2017