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Pole dancing, according to Kendra Wilkinson

Former Girl Next Door to teach Stripper 101 in Vegas

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Oh, to be a cylindrical piece of metal in Kendra’s presence.

Ladies who sign up for V Theatre's increasingly popular Stripper 101 classes offered March 28 will be treated to a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to learn the art of the pole dance from none other than Kendra Wilkinson of The Girls Next Door.

The svelte reality TV star (who's also a new wife and mother) will join the talented Stripper 101 instructors for one day to show off her skills and show lucky ladies in the 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. classes how to work the pole, be sexy and stay healthy using her own brand of professional exercise and dance pole, included in the package.

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Kendra Wilkinson's stripper pole is included in a special Stripper 101 package available only on March 28.

For $249 each, ladies will enjoy complimentary cocktails, the Stripper 101 Ruby package (class, stripper "license," souvenir photo and T-shirt), nightclub passes, tickets to American Storm or comedic hypnotist Marc Savard, and a Kendra Sport Pole to take home and enjoy for a lifetime of sexy fitness — a total value of $454 for the price of just the pole alone.

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Kendra dropped by the class February 14 for an exclusive meet 'n' greet with fans and to promote the Kendra Sport Pole, which sets up and breaks down in just five minutes. The event was extremely well-attended, prompting an almost immediate return for Mrs. Hank Baskett. The event will be filmed for Kendra's eponymous new reality show on E! Television.

Space is extremely limited; call 702-318-6464 to reserve a space.

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