“Civil war” in Nottingham for hooters who became the main sponsor of a children’s club

“Civil war” in Nottingham for hooters who became the main sponsor of a children’s club
“Civil war” in Nottingham for hooters who became the main sponsor of a children’s club

Opinions conflicting about Hooters’ U10 team partnership.

Conflicting are the views in Nottinghamafter making the local Hooters a major jersey sponsor of his football team Burton Joyce!

Someone will say “and where is the problem?”, however the point is that we are talking about a children’s group. For children aged 10 and under and Hooters have become known around the world, because they are based on female sexuality. Beer serving women in very short tops and shorts/leggings.

“Why those Hooters they are sexualizing children and who the hell allowed them to do that?’ is one comment that took social media by storm, while another wrote: ‘These boys are under 10 years old. I highly doubt they are aware of the woman’s sexual attraction. Wrong on so many levels.” Another wrote: “I could have gone at a more appropriate age.” A fourth called it “absolutely disgusting”!

Of course, not everyone had the same reactions, as there were those who had a different opinion about this sponsorship…

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“Why are people so mad about this?! Have they never been to Hooters? A great bar, with a great marketing plan and now supporting a local group where kids can source their looks. People need to chill out and go get a beer,” one wrote.

In announcing the partnership, Hooters Nottingham they wrote in Facebook: “Hooters Nottingham are proud to be the new sponsors of Burton Joyce U10. We wish you the best of luck this season guys.”

After Hooters closed CardiffHooters Nottingham is now the chain’s only UK branch, however Hooters will soon be opening stores in Liverpool.

The article is in Greek

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