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Country music publication profiles 'Money' Mike Foland

"Money" Mike Foland from Men of The Strip
Courtesy of Mike Foland

Mike Foland, who is affectionately known as "Money Mike," is the owner, booking agent and tour manager of the male revue "Men of the Strip." It is co-hosted by Jeff Timmons from the Grammy-nominated vocal group 98 Degrees. Emmy-nominated choreographer Glenn Douglas Packard serves as its creative director.

Foland was recently profiled in the country music publication, Country Pulse, where he opened up about his future plans with his venture.

"Men of The Strip" includes such lead performers as Keith Webb, Chris Boudreaux, Kyle Efthemes, Nata Estimada, Garo Bechirian, Charles Dera and Joel Sajiun.

They embarked on a tour and one of their stops was New York City's Gramercy Theatre, which was a major show for them. "I thought New York was amazing. The guys performed like rock-stars. Although the weather was bad, the crowd was great. Glenn was super happy," he told Country Pulse Magazine.

Foland revealed that his nickname "Money Mike" was derived by Packard, since he handles all of the financial matters for the revue, whether it involves calendar shoots or booking hotels.

He is a former UFC fighter and he is originally from a town in Florida. Foland has a great admiration for country music, especially the music of country legend Johnny Cash.

For more information on Foland's revue, "Men of The Strip," check out its official website.

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