7/13 Broke-Ass TV ep.3: Bad-ass bachelor bashes on a budget!

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In last week’s episode of Broke-Ass TV, we covered bachelorette parties… but we can’t neglect our main men and their requisite dude-bonding debauchery! Check out Grandmaster Fresh lay down the 411 on bad-ass bachelor party planning!

Nice tips, eh? (and the host is pretty cute, too!)

If planning a bachelor party is just too daunting, or you’re stuck in a rut and have a little extra budget to burn, there is one other alternative. Our buddies James and Nadine run Firefly Events, locally, and they’re just one of many cool bachelor/ette party planning businesses popping up all over the place.

Got any other stag night advice or ideas to share? Hit us up in the comments!

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  • Right on, Hunter. We saved a ton of money on a road/camping trip for my boy's bachelor party. National parks make for a kick-ass trip.

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  • Kathleen heffner

    Dana, I just saw a Progressive Insurance ad on TV where the customer is going to get a haircut—is that your husband? Just wondering

  • Lol. This video is great! I love the "most important" advice: don't get any one hurt, don't do anything illegal, etc. Perfect place to start when planning any party.