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Speed Rack is everyone’s favorite all-female speed-bartending competition and this Sunday, the fifth national Speed Rack tour is kicking off in Chicago. So listen up, BUSTies: Do you like drinking (*responsibly)? Do you like supporting of tough, cocktail-mixing babes in the service industry? Do you like donating to breast cancer research? Do you like a good time? Do you live somewhat close to a major metropolitan area? If so, read on. Read More
This isn't the first time you've heard us chatting about our awesome friends over at Speed Rack. The competing ladies stir up some great booze, but they also do it for a good cause;They've raised over 250,000 dollars globally for breast cancer research! Now, the ladies are at it again. On Saturday,February 8th,2015 Speed Rack will host another friendly competition in Seattle, Washington between 2:00-6:00 P.M.  Promoting female bartenders already has them on our good side, but now they're wooing us with these delicious, old favorites that have a new Superbowl spin. Read More
Speed Rack is back with another bare knuckles competition in Washington, DC this Monday November 10! The national competition, started by Ivy Mix and Lynnette Marrero, where female bartenders compete to see who can make drinks the fastest, also raises money for breast cancer research, education and prevention- all while also spotlighting some hella talented mixologists! The competition in DC will kick off Season 4 of Speed Rack's tradition and mark the beginning of the road to ultimate Speed Rack champion, to be determined at the finals in NYC. Read More
We all know what the basis of the popular restaurant Hooters is: boobs and beer. The chain is famous for hiring busty females to serve up their wings, and from what I've heard, extremely tasty fries. They are clearly unashamed by this marketing strategy, boasting a moniker that is clearly a reference to their employee's chests. But when does using women turn from Hooters to harassment? 23-year-old Courtney Scaramella thinks she knows where to draw the line. Read More