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g man46

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g man46

The weekend of Sept 23 a group of us are throwing a bachelor party for a good friend. We are staying at a cabin in Hackensack, but are looking for places to take him. Does anyone have any advice to a place in Bemidji or another town close by that rents busses/large limos for such an occasion. Also, we are looking for a gentlemanly club to go to near or in Bemidji any suggestions?

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Matt Breuer

For a "gentalmanly" club you're going to have to go down to St. Cloud. If it were rifle season for deer you'd have better luck.... wink.gif

Try Shirley Ann's for a limo, 751-3256 I believe is the number... Or Interstar, 755-1433. Those are the only two I found online....

Good luck, have fun!

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the squirrel

You mean to tell me Funkley is not year round grin.gifcrazy.giffrown.gif

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g man46

Thanks fo the help guys, but I think the party is heading towards Brainerd now. Funkley got in trouble a few years back for well... Do they still operate their "services" on opening weekend?

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