Black & White Party at Velvet Dog

This past Friday, April 20th, was my Black & White party at the Velvet Dog. This party was held in appreciation of all my fans, whose support landed me on the cover of Cleveland Scene Magazine. Not only was I honored with a cover picture & article, but it also became the most “Liked” story in the history of Scene magazine. How cool is that!!!??? Thanks to you all.

It's all in the Family: my brother-in-law, sister, sister-in-law and my brother.


This was the second of many parties to come that have my name on them. The first was the very successful “Pimp & Pimpette” at the Barley House earlier this year.

What is the measure I use to determine whether or not a party is a success or failure? There are actually two, in this order:

1) IF EVERYONE HAD A GREAT TIME
2) How many people took the time to attend

By these measures, it was one hell of a party!

Personally, I was touched by how many people let myself, my team, & sponsors know how much they enjoyed, as well as appreciated, this great event. All of us worked very hard to make it a truly Superpimp brand party. Our reward for the time & effort put forth, was the sincere feedback from those in who attended. “ Hey, I had a great time at your party “ is music to our ears.

I would like to take a moment to personally thank all those who were so instrumental in making this happen: Ray, Matt and the gracious staff at the Velvet Dog; our sponsors: the Cleveland Scene, Little Black Dress Vodka, Bud Light Platinum, UpsideDownFoot Media and mKreative. And last but not least, Matt Keirsey, Huy Pham and John for capturing this great night on film and camera.

You people are the best!

My next Superpimp brand party is going to be the “Cinco de Mustachio” at Barley House on May 5th. Stay tuned for the details.

As I always say, “ Do you know how I know it’s going to be the place to be?” “ Because YOU’LL be there” HA!

Till next time,

- SP

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Fan Appreciation Party

I am so humbled by the outpouring of support from all of you about the Cleveland Scene article. Not only via Facebook, Twitter and in person, but also on the www.clevescene.com website where over 900 of you Facebook “liked” the article, making it the most “liked” feature story in history!

To show my appreciation, my team and I, have put together a legendary party for you this Friday, April 20th at Velvet Dog. The theme of the party is black and white and I’m challenging all of you to come dressed to impress in your glamorous black or white (or both) outfits. Girls, I know you all have that new sexy dress in your closet waiting for an excuse to wear. Guys, wow the ladies in attendance with a suit!

The beautiful Little Black Dress Vodka girls and Cleveland Scene girls are going to be in the house spreading the love and vodka.

Looking forward to see you all there!

- SP


Cleveland Scene Article

St. Patrick’s Day Video From a Fan

Open Letter To The Fans




Life is made up of a series of events, most of which are mundane and routine. Very few and far between are the events that stir your blood, excite your mind, or have the power to potentially change your life.

One of the these events is about to enter my world.

Today, Wednesday April 4th, Cleveland Scene magazine will be releasing on their website, the feature article they’ve been working on for the last couple of months. Tomorrow, Thursday April 5th, the actual issue will hit the stands with my picture on the cover.

I have not been allowed to read the article, or view the cover in advance, so I will be experiencing everything along with everyone else.

Although I have full confidence in the author Kyle Swenson and the staff of Scene, this is still a very personal event which I have little control over at this point. What makes this very personal is, for the first time I’ve revealed many intimate aspects of my life to my fans, and to the general public, never before discussed with anyone other than family or friends.

Why did I decide to do it? Simply because my dream has always been to entertain and hopefully inspire as many people as I can reach. Thousands of people know of me, but do not KNOW me. I decided if I was truly going to achieve the next level of my quest, people would have to begin to know, “The man behind the suit.“ Fasten your seatbelts, here we go……..

- SP


Read the story online here