Gina Lynn Tours East Coast

NEW YORK CITY – Starlet Gina Lynn will have a busy schedule of touring and special appearances in the coming weeks. Lynn is currently shooting “10 Great Reasons” for Killer Bunny Entertainment. The eight-part documentary explores the often overlooked upside to various pop music subgenres, trends and cultural moments. “10 Great Reasons” will air on the Fuse network in 2008.

Lynn will then head down to Florida for the Bad Santa Party at Café 13 on Tuesday. She will be joined by Bubba the Love Sponge, Spice Boy, Bubba Sparxxx, performer Travis Knight and other party guests. The event is open to the public and early arrivals (6 to 8 p.m.) can get thirteen entries for 13 dollars. From 8 to 10 p.m., 13 dollars gets entrants an open bar, $3 rum and festive $2 eggnog shots.

Lynn will appear on Sirus Radio's “Bubba the Love Sponge” show on Thursday to discuss her production company, Gina Lynn Racing's monster truck and the Bad Santa Party.

The starlet will then do a three-night feature dance engagement at the DéJà Vu in Tampa (6805 Adamo Dr.). She starts with one show on Thursday at 11 p.m. On Friday and Saturday, Lynn will be doing two shows at 11 p.m. and 2 a.m. She will also be signing autographs and selling merchandise.

For venue information, call (813)664-8784.

On Saturday, Lynn will do a special photo shoot with her dog Gizmo for the “My Little Pet Project.” The organization raises money to improve the plight of homeless animals.

“It is always good to give something back,” said Lynn. “This is a chance to pose with my beautiful dog Gizmo and help animals in need. It is easy to get excited about a shoot like this.”

Lynn said that all of this will have her ready for Las Vegas and the upcoming AVN Adult Entertainment Expo. She and her company, Gina Lynn Productions, have been nominated for six AVN Awards.

“2007 has been a crazy year for me,” said the blonde beauty. “Gina Lynn Productions, Gina Lynn Motor Sports and all of the appearances have kept me really busy. I love it all and I'm going to be even busier in 2008.”