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SIR GOTHAM PROCLAIMS “LET’S DANCE”
as NYC CABARET LAW IS REPEALED ***For Immediate Release********** When asked about the repeal of the NYC Cabaret Law, Gerard McNamee, former Executive Vice President of Community Affairs and Special Operations at the legendary East Village venue Webster Hall and now candidate for Senior Executive Director of Nightlife for New York City declared, “The cabaret laws have been the bane of Gotham proprietors and revelers alike since the days of prohibition. It’s a long time coming, let’s dance! Congratulations New York City.” Pressed about his chances of winning the mayoral appointment to the newly created position McNamee directs inquirers to Commissioner Julie Menin of the Mayor’s Office of Media and Entertainment but adds, “I strongly believe there is no man, woman or transgender more qualified or specifically suited for the mayor’s appointment. The job posting for the position has been my job description for the past decade and more. I’m ready, let’s dance!” Meet Gerard if you haven’t already. He was at Webster Hall for decades. He’s affectionately known as “Hip Priest” or “Sir Gotham” for his acting roles and is currently campaigning to add “The DON” to that list. Speaking of campaigns, did you see any of his Volkswagen spots for their new 2018 Atlas on TV and the internet today? That’s right, he’s featured in the campaign. He’s all over the airwaves & airways.
When Gerard first heard Mayor de Blasio was basing the position for “Senior Executive Director of Nightlife for New York City,” aka The DON, on similar posts in London, Paris and Amsterdam, he took to the airways and headed to Europe on a listening tour. He met with the London Night Czar, Amy Lamé, Maire De La Nuit Paris, Clément Léon R and the Nachtburgemeester Amsterdam, Mirik Milan. Upon his return, he presented his findings to the Mayor’s Office of Media and Entertainment...