VINCE NEIL's 'Girls, Girls, Girls' To Air Tonight

GGG, LLC., a growing entertainment company focused on the creation of quality DVD programs for mass distribution, has announced that it has secured an agreement with iNDEMAND, the world's largest provider of Video-On-Demand (VOD) and Pay-Per-View (PPV) programming, to air the company's initial reality show/dance contest, "Girls, Girls, Girls", beginning this Thursday (Sept. 15) at 9:00 p.m. EDT.

The first in a series of DVD's capturing a widely regarded dance contest held each year in Las Vegas, "Girls, Girls, Girls" features one of hard-rock's most infamous frontmen, Vince Neil — of the recently reunited MÖTLEY CRÜE — co-host Tiffany Granith of Playboy's "Night Calls", and a panel of celebrity judges: George Maloof, owner of the Palms Casino and Resort, Marques Anderson of the Green Bay Packers, and Julie McCullough, Playboy playmate and actress. Volume 1 of "Girls, Girls, Girls" showcases the finest exotic dancers in the world as they compete in a variety of categories, including the title of "Sexiest Stripper" and a $25,000 cash prize. The DVD and program airing on iNDEMAND also features the first in a series of searches for the "Sexiest Stripper in the World." Episode 1 of "Girls, Girls, Girls" is also available in both DVD and VHS format directly from the web site.

In addition to securing exhibition of the program on iNDEMAND, the company notes that entertainment public relations and marketing expert, Eileen Koch, of the widely regarded Eileen Koch & Company agency, has signed on to represent "Girls, Girls, Girls" for publicity and marketing, as well as future spin-off projects currently in development.

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