Stay cool with CL at St. Pete Pride

Visit our booth on Saturday for photos, deals and a blast of cold air.

3. Cool photo ops. Get a record of a day in your life at the CL Photo Booth. Pose for one of our professional photographers, then watch for the pics on CL's Facebook fan page.

4. Cool people (if we do say so ourselves). Meet CLGBT Editor Tiffany Razzano; the unambiguously gay duo of David Warner and James Howard (CL's editor and publisher, respectively); impossibly handsome Sex and Love Editor Shawn Alff; Elke Lockert, possibly the most beautiful Field Marketing Specialist in the world; and many other ridiculously lovely people from our staff and Street Team.

5. Cool deals. Sign up for CL e-newsletters, learn about CL Deals, and if you're hungry check out Queenshead's Pride deals, including $3.50 bottled beers, $5 sandwiches and drafts. Plus, speaking of cool, they'll also have a snow machine. And bubbles!

For more info on St. Pete Pride events, see our Pride Guide 2011. And for more LGBT stories, check out the links in this intro to 'A Day in the Life...' or visit CLGBT.

click to enlarge Stay cool with CL at St. Pete Pride - By Darren Hester ( via Wikimedia Commons
By Darren Hester ( via Wikimedia Commons
Stay cool with CL at St. Pete Pride

Five cool reasons to visit the Creative Loafing booth at St. Pete Pride on Saturday, between 25th & 26th streets on Central Avenue (right in front of Queenshead) from 10 a.m.-3 p.m.

1. Cool air. If the weather (and the paradegoers) are raising your temperature to uncomfortable levels, escape into our healthfully air-conditioned booth for a cool respite.

2. Cool photo gallery. See photos of all the interesting people in our Day in the Life of Gay Tampa Bay photo project, hung for your viewing pleasure.

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