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Owner of the world famous gay night spot G-A-Y Jeremy Joseph has today released a statement telling his punters that his will lose all entry costs to his venues this summer in a bit to reach his £30,000 London Marathon target.
According to Pink Paper, Jospeh, who owns three hotspots around the city, including Heaven, G-A-Y Late and G-A-Y Bar, has already raised £12, 701 of £30,000 total that he is raising to donate to Amnesty International.
In his bid to raise a further £17, 298, Joseph today released his plans to abolish entry fees for one week in the summer. The statement read: "If G-A-Y & Heaven hit our target of £30,000 and if I achieve the marathon, as a thank you for your generosity & your support since G-A-Y bought Heaven, I will abolish all the door charges for one whole week at G-A-Y Late & Heaven for one week from Sun 25th to Sat 1st May - inclusive of Popcorn,.
G-A-Y Porn Idol, G-A-Y Camp Attack & G-A-Y Saturdays."
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