Every stripper in town will tell you that summers are notoriously slow. Inevitably, the conversations in the dressing room then begin to revolve around traveling to another city to work. I’m sure you’ve heard, or participated in one of these conversations:
Barbie: This club sucks. I’m going to Vegas. I heard Suzie went to Vegas and made a grand every night she worked.
Brandi: Yeah, I talked to Suzy too, but I heard she only made a grand one night and the other two nights she barely made her house fee back. Vegas is so over-rated. But I heard Dallas was the new hot spot, lots of guys with oil money!
As with any type of lifestyle, different to our own instilled standards or cultural influences, so it is with populations worldwide regarding strip clubs! What is perceived as an art form, or entertainment in one country may not be accepted as such in another, but a question generally asked, is where freedom of choice and business opportunism meet?
The majority of people in this country do not associate a strip club with prostitution, which could be the result of the industry taking care to promote itself as offering entertainment value, instead of a sex related sector.
The first topic is clothing. In most major metropolitan areas, many of the dancer boutiques are open until 10pm, and some are open 24 hours. One of my students told me that she went on a tour of clubs throughout the Midwest and never once did it occur to her that she couldn’t shop for shoes or a new outfit at 3 AM when she was in Sioux City, Iowa! If you tend to pack light, think again! Pack plenty of costumes/outfits and be sure to bring at least one gown.
Remember the days when nobody knew it was called “Black Friday” and trampled their fellow shoppers to get the door buster deals after camping out all night? As you probably know, Black Friday is called that because it’s supposedly the day all the retailers in America start making money and getting out of the red losses for most of the year.
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Hi, and welcome back !! I’m Rebecca Avalon and I teach entertainers how to maximize their earnings so they can enhance their stripper lifestyle.
Lets remember why you are here, why you are listening to me. Why do you want to be here right now, on this website, learning how to become a better entertainer??
Because you want better things for yourself and for your family.
Because you want the freedom that owning your own business can bring you.
It’s not forever, but it is a springboard that can launch you toward your goals.
As long as you are IN this position right now, you may as well work it and OWN it!
Hi, I’m Rebecca Avalon and I teach entertainers how to maximize their earnings so they can enhance their stripper lifestyle and exit this business on THEIR TERMS.
In this video I’m going to talk about owning a positive cash flow business. Unlike other jobs or businesses where you are tied to a particular shift, schedule or location, owning your own stripping business can allow you to have the freedom of time money and place. Not very many people are able to do this…you make your own schedule, work when you want to if you want to, and have the freedom to travel to pretty much any city in the world and HAVE A JOB that pays you cash money tonight!
If you want to work as an exotic dancer in Phoenix for the Superbowl 2015, be aware that you will need to apply for a business license. Most of the strip clubs are located within the Phoenix City Limits. There are only two clubs in Scottsdale: Babe’s Cabaret and Skin Cabaret. Both of those clubs are extremely selective. If you decide that you want to work at Babe’s or Skin, it is in your best interest to audition and get hired first because the Scottsdale license is very expensive.