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Dr. Robin Gans and Sandy Sachs of Girl Bar, Inc. created the largest women’s week in the world in Palm Springs,CA from 1991-2011. Due to the impact Girl Bar Los Angeles /New Orleans and their Dinah Shore Palm Springs events have had on the lesbian community, Sandy & Robin were listed in Out Magazine’s annual Out 100 double issue honoring key members of the LGBT business & entertainment communities. They have also been on several talk shows, been written up in the LA Times and USA Today throughout the years advocating for LGBT Rights.

Girl Bar Dinah Shore Las Vegas, now in its 4th year with Caesars Entertainment, has exceeded expectations. Dr. Gans and Ms. Sachs have been awarded keys to the city of Palm Springs 4 times for their efforts in creating one of the leading events for the city.

Robin Gans and Sandy Sachs are in their third successful year of GB2 Wednesday Nights @ the world.s most famous gay bar and night club, The Abbey. GB2 has become the most successful Wednesday night club promotion in West Hollywood for women and their friends. GB2 @ the Abbey offers everything: food, great cocktails, and a dance club with the hottest DJ’s & Go-Go girls in West Hollywood. GB2 promotions @ the Abbey have included recently “Venice” Season 4 Premiere party, performances by new and upcoming recording artists “YLA” & Australian X Factor Finalist Max Leon, dance shows from Hollywood’s hot dance troupe “Little Miss Nasty”, and appearances by celebrities Natasha Henstredge, Mariah Carey, and CeCe Peniston. GB2 rocks Wednesday nights in West Hollywood!

Sandy Sachs, now the owner of the Bourbon Pub and Parade located in New Orleans, LA, has brought her business expertise to the City of New Orleans where she has been awarded keys to the city, and received several awards for her fundraising work within the LGBT Community. She has recently been interviewed by the Huffington Post about her signature gay event of the year in New Orleans, Southern Decadence, and its contribution to the New Orleans economy. She has made the Bourbon Pub and Parade “simply the place to be”when visiting New Orleans.