Parents in Denver are making a fuss after finding out their kids attended a Cub Scout camp that was sponsored by Hooters.
One parent picked up her 7-year-old son from the Frontier District Day Camp and spotted him surrounded by people wearing Hooters visors.
Though it isn’t the attire that irritates them – so they say – but that Hooters doesn’t fit the philosophy of the Scouts.
The Boy Scouts of America Denver Area Council says the restaurant chain, known for its under dressed waitresses and sports-bar atmosphere, approached the organization about working with the scouts.
Is Hooters an appropriate sponsor for a Cub Scouts camp? As a parent, do you have any concerns with this sponsorship?