Promoter: No prancing at Lingerie Bowl

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz., May 12 (UPI) -- Promoters of Lingerie Bowl V, to be played on Super Bowl Sunday next year, have reassured officials in Scottsdale, Ariz., the event will be tightly regulated.

Horizon Productions, based in Hollywood, spoke to the officials in reaction to criticism about their plans for Lingerie Bowl V and related activities in the city, The Arizona Republic Reported Saturday.


"Our Experience Village is not going to include women in lingerie prancing around," said Chris Martin, strategy officer for Horizon. He is scheduled to meet with Scottsdale officials Wednesday to discuss permits needed to close some streets.

The Experience Village is a three-day event leading up to the Lingerie Bowl on Feb. 3.

The Lingerie Bowl is staged during halftime, offering the spectacle of scantily-clad young women in football pads playing tackle football. It is not affiliated with the NFL, which will present Super Bowl XLII next year at Glendale's University of Phoenix Stadium.

The Lingerie Bowl does not yet have a venue.

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