When you need to raise money for a volleyball tournament, why not head to the local gay sports bar?
That’s what the Hotlanta Volleyball Association did on Sunday by throwing a beer bust at Woofs to raise money for the Hotlanta Classic coming up Aug. 3-4. If it’s anything like last year’s tournament, expect a ton of cute guys in town from around the country.
And if you’re wanting to pop by Woofs before it moves from its longtime location on Piedmont Road, better get there soon. They’re moving in July.
Photos by Russ Youngblood
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