Parents are Hooting over this! Parents know how costly extra curricular programs can be. Sponsorships are a MUST in most cases to ensure that team/organizations can proceed. Sometimes you need to take what you can get?
Parents in Denver are complaining after discovering that their children attended a Cub Scouts camp sponsored by Hooters, the restaurant chain known for the revealing outfits worn by its waitresses.
Hooters apparently requested to work with the Scouts and contribute financially to the camp as an official sponsor, and the Boy Scouts of America Denver Area Council gave them the green light to do so.
Michelle Kettleborough, a parent whose 7-year-old son attended the Frontier District Day Camp, told KMGH-TV she arrived to pick up her son and was flabbergasted to see him surrounded by women wearing Hooters caps.
A manager at the Hooters in Denver also told KMGH that the restaurant provided three of its employees each day as volunteers for the three-day Cub Scout camp.