The Purrfect Angelz Got Talent

If you go to rallies, frequent the Broken Spoke, the Full Throttle Saloon, follow the Easyriders Bike Show Tour, etc you saw them perform their vocals and acrobatic dance routine. This evening Tuesday July 26, 2011, on NBC (check your local listing) the Purrfect Angelz will compete in the show “America Got Talent.” Since 2001, the multi-talented and beautiful group of all professional dancers has done so much to entertain you in motorcycle events that this evening they deserve your vote…

6 Responses to “The Purrfect Angelz Got Talent”

  1. 1 John Green Jul 26th, 2011 at 7:12 am

    These gals have really done a lot for our troops overseas.
    I don’t watch this show much and I have never voted but I will tonight.
    You can’t find a nicer group of girls.
    Go get em Lisa!

  2. 2 Boss Hawg Jul 26th, 2011 at 7:48 am

    Wonderful group of ladies

    Boss Hawg

  3. 3 Paul Jul 26th, 2011 at 8:45 am

    That’s cool and all but I thought that show was for nobodies trying to get found and make the Big Time. Seems the Angelz are already there.

  4. 4 Boss Hawg Jul 26th, 2011 at 9:17 am

    It’s called Branding and TOMA (Top Of Mind Awareness). Keep putting yourself in front of the viewers and customers, they will come to you in need or want. Moreover to look at these beauties ans suck down some beers.

    Sort of like Cyril’s Blog here.

    Boss Hawg

  5. 5 Kustoms and Choppers Jul 26th, 2011 at 5:46 pm

    Those are some beautiful girls, I may watch and vote for them.

  6. 6 Jim Gianatsis / Aug 4th, 2011 at 1:28 pm

    I love the Purrfect Angelz and they are our most popular spectator draw to the stage at the LA Calendar Motorcycle Show every year.

    Unfortunately we couldn’t include them this year because of the economy. The reality is they are professional entertainers that need to be paid a fair rate to perform (which also includes their costs to train and learn new routines mid-week, and time and costs to travel to events). And with the expenses of live bands and entertainment like the Angelz, staging sound and PA systems, and some bike event attendees complaining in the media and blogs they expect to be able to see all this for free admission at bike events. The reality is we can only provide what spectators are willing to pay for, and unfortunately right now, that’s now much.

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