Pumpjack Pub

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Pumpjack Pub is a gay bar in Vancouver's Davie Village neighborhood, in British Columbia, Canada. The bar opened in December 2000, and caters to the bear and leather subcultures.[1] Steve Bauer and Vince Marino are co-owners, as of 2006. Marino describes Pumpjack as a "community bar".[1]

By mid 2006, Pumpjack had raised approximately $185,000 for various causes, including more than $30,000 for HIV/AIDS organizations.[1] The pub underwent renovations for nine months, re-opening in mid 2014 and doubling its capacity from 107 to 244 seats. The expansion was part of the West End Community Plan, which seeks to "enhance Davie Village's distinctive character as a hub for the LGBTQ community through the use of colour and lighting, and as a space for nightlife, celebration, events, gathering and community programming".[2]

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  1. ^ a b c Smith, Charlie (August 3, 2006). "Know your history: The PumpJack Pub". The Georgia Straight. Retrieved 2 June 2018.
  2. ^ Lewis, Shauna (June 16, 2014). "PumpJack Pub launches new and improved space". Daily Xtra. Pink Triangle Press. ISSN 0829-3384. Retrieved 2 June 2018.

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