Beef Dip Fundraiser for 2019 benefits SETAC

Beef Dip Fundraiser for 2019 benefits SETAC

Thursday January 31, 2019 BeefDip celebrated TIDAL WAVE, their annual fundraising and swimsuit auction pool party with Alphonse Swimwear benefiting SETAC and Rise Orphanage. They auctioned Alphonse’s famous swimwear, as well as the #BeefDipTeam T-Shirts and a trilogy box set of the Bear City Movies. This year BeefDip raised a total of $19,514 CAD ($280,538 MXN) to the aforementioned charities. To date BeefDip has helped raise over $84,014 CAD over the years.  This year 20% of the bar proceedings was also donated by #Mantamar, and they will be having an auction for BeefDip T-Shirts as well as Alphonse’s famous swimwear!!!

A new Event this year at #beefdip2019 you’re welcome to the Bottoms Up Cocktail Party at @thetop_pv (Amapas 380 on the roof of Almar Resort. Inside Almar Resort take the elevator to the 13th floor) at 9:30 pm with special performers Mamma Tits & Amy Armstrong. Other events are Bearaoke Night at Blue Chairs Rooftop bar!! Some really talented guys went in and sang for a chance to win a 3 night stay at Blue Chairs resort, hosted by special guest Tammie Brown (RPDR & RPDR All-Stars).  Also new this year was their very first Foam Party held at Blue Chairs Hotel. Hundreds of bears had fun with a fantastic DJ Set by DJ Giaco, surrounded by bubbles and all the sexy men from all over the world that are coming for #BeefDip2019

Thank you Mantamar, Alphonse Swimwear, The producers of Bear City Jay Barry Azzato and Joe E Amorin, and of course all of they fellow BeefDippers for your generosity and making this fundraiser possible. Music was provided by DJ Giaco (Puerto Vallarta) & special guest DJ & Producer Jose Spinnin Cortes. Steve Buczek Beef Dip Organizer would personally like to thank every for such an outstanding job this year. Get Ready for BeefDip 2020.  See some Beefdip photos here

About the Author:

Timothy Ray Wilson – publisher A native of Seneca, South Carolina, Tim obtained a finance degree from Clemson University before spending 25 years in banking, real estate, finance and marketing. He retired to Puerto Vallarta in 2008 and founded GAYPV magazine two years later. As a former member of the North America Travel Journalists Association, Tim writes for national and international media outlets promoting Puerto Vallarta as Mexico’s premiere LGBT travel destination. Through his involvement as a founding member of Vallarta Gay Pride, Tim served on the organization’s marketing steering committee for the first several years.

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