<I>AVN</i> Awards Show Tables Going Fast

Tables for the 2004 AVN Awards Show are selling faster than anticipated, so procrastinators shouldn’t wait any longer or they won’t be able to reserve their own table. The AVN Awards are seated on a first come, first serve basis. 

While individual tickets to the AVN Awards show cost $225 dollars, tables at the AVN show seat ten people and cost $1995, a savings of $225.

"Beside the obvious benefit of saving money, buying your own table is the only way to ensure that you, your co-workers and your friends can sit together because of our first come first serve policy,” said Tim Connelly, publisher and editor-in-chief of AVN.

Multiple AVN Award winner Jenna Jameson has signed on to host the awards for a third time, with her mainstream comic co-host to be named in the near future.

Nearly 100 AVN awards are bestowed each year in categories that recognize the full spectrum of adult production from Most Outrageous Sex Scene to Best Overall Marketing Campaign – Single Title or Series. 

A complete list of categories and a history of the winners can be found at Avnawards.com, which is also where tickets can be purchased.

The 21st annual AVN Awards show will be held Jan. 10, 2004 at the Venetian Hotel in Las Vegas.