Mike Petraeus, 31, Bach’s founder and chief executive, said the app’s data showed that, in 2021, users hosted more than 3,600 bachelor parties in Scottsdale, compared to about 13,000 in Nashville. This year, its figures show that more than 11,600 parties are being planned in Scottsdale, compared to 30,000 in Nashville. If the Scots Dale growth rate continues, Mr Petraeus said it has the potential to overtake Nashville in bookings. And on a recent May weekend, more than one bachelor party participant announced that the Scots Dale is the “New Nashville.”
Robert Mayer, 35, owner of Arizona Party Bike, said his location in Scottsdale began booking a record number of bachelorette parties in the summer of 2020. Brides were looking for a place to celebrate without epidemic restrictions. Arizona Gov. Doug Dossey, a Republican, never enforced a statewide mask mandate and reopened restaurants for indoor dining in May 2020. About 1,200 new cove cases Currently being reported per day.
Mr. Mayer’s company, which is prominent in Bach, leads the tour of the Old Town. Trolley-shaped pedal barCharging up to لوگوں 499 (excluding alcohol) for private two-hour trips of up to 15 people. She said her clients are currently 75 percent women, with an average age of 28. Local hot air balloons and desert jeep tour outfitters are also now crawling with groups of 20 women who sing Katy Perry’s songs and occasionally throw up.
Not surprisingly, the arrival has already been disrupted. One Saturday in May at the Arizona Party Bike Depot in Old Town, a company guide, Lacey Gray, 27, had to explain the rules of the road for a bachelorette party from South Dakota when its members wore candy-colored wigs. had been. Their seats in the neon pink pedal bar
A recipe? “There is no request to play ‘WAP’ in particular,” said Ms. Gray. (The song was banned, Mr Mayer added after it was spotted by “unhappy” pedestrians.)