I am Valayna D., the new blog and content contributor to the SGR/Dancerwealth family. I am honored and blessed to be working with one of the most prolific house dancers of all time, Miss Rebecca Avalon. Over the years, I have followed her career and teachings, learning and earning as a better entertainer, host, companion, and woman. I have danced my way to financial independence through discipline, maturity, and focus. I believe any dancer can achieve the same things if she sets her mind and heart to do it. I whole-hardheartedly believe YOU CAN be successful, YOU CAN make consistent money, YOU CAN live a quality happy life, and YOU CAN enter and exit the strip game in smooth transition. Read more...(638 words, 2 images, estimated 2:33 mins reading time)
There are wild swings in dancers’ earning potential. The pay at the end of a shift is extremely variable. It depends on the city, the club, the cut the club takes, the prices, the customer turnout, and how many people are really just there for the food (yikes!). The website Payscale.com has strippers taking in anywhere from $20,000-a-year to $122,000-a-year. Read more...(390 words, 2 images, estimated 1:34 mins reading time)
The Cost of Business for a stripper can add up quickly. If you haven’t read my taxes blogpost from the early days of the blog, be sure to click that link about how to write off certain items that every stripper uses in order to do her job. I am not a Certified Public Accountant, and any specific questions should be directed towards one. I have, however, filed taxes as an entertainer for the duration of my career. Part of becoming a SuperStripper is being accountable for your income, saving and investing in assets that will allow you to retire gracefully from this business when you are ready. Read more...(283 words, estimated 1:08 mins reading time)
Proposed bill would require licenses for Texas strippers
State Rep. Bill Zedler (R-Arlington) said the idea is to try and prevent younger women from getting into the industry in the first place. He said it can serve as gateway to other problems, like drugs and prostitution.
“At church, my friend’s daughter was attracted to it by the big money of stripping … this isn’t a single case, it’s a pattern,” said Zedler.
In order to get a license, performers would need to have a relatively clean criminal record, meaning no drug or prostitution offenses. They’d also take a class on human trafficking. Read more...(287 words, estimated 1:09 mins reading time)
CLEVELAND — The exotic dancer who fell from a second floor balcony while giving a customer a lap dance has died.
The family of 22-year-old Lauren Block released the following statement Wednesday morning through MetroHealth Medical Center officials:
“We would like to thank the community for their outpouring of support and prayers for Lauren. She has passed away but is an organ donor, and we hope this will enable her to save many lives and live on through others. We would like to express our gratitude to the staff at MetroHealth. They worked tirelessly to do all they could to save her life. We ask that the media respect our privacy during this difficult time. We know that she’s in God’s hands.” Read more...(233 words, 1 image, estimated 56 secs reading time)
Ladies, needless to say, this is a terrible accident that happened in Cleveland Ohio on January 2. We don’t have all the details yet since it only happened a few days ago. We just want to wish her a full and speedy recovery.
To our students, please take note that if your club has 2 or more levels, this is a real danger. It’s a real reminder that this can and does happen.
A group of exotic dancers won a nearly $13 million settlement in a lawsuit stemming from their claim that the chain of strip clubs for which they worked denied them wages and benefits.
The 14 dancers named in the class action lawsuit claimed that three clubs — Spearmint Rhino, Rouge and Blue Zebra — had policies that violated state and federal laws by misclassifying them as independent contractors.
The dancers named in the lawsuit worked at clubs in California, Nevada, Florida, Texas, Idaho and Kentucky. They say their annual gross revenues exceeded $500,000, but they were forced to split tips with managers, doormen, floor walkers, DJ’s and other employees who don’t usually receive tips.” Read more...(309 words, estimated 1:14 mins reading time)
Local strip club holds “Toys for Tatas” holiday campaign
Platinum Cabaret in Fayetteville,AR. is holding a campaign for the month of December called “Toys for Tatas.” Customers can receive 2 for 1 lap dances by donating a toy for charity. Officials with Toys for Tots said they were not aware of the promotion from the local strip club.
If you want to sell more lapdances every shift that you work, you must learn the Four Buying Styles, or as we call them in DancerWealth…the Four Colors. The Colors system is based on the psychological behavioral mode that controls how we like to communicate and be communicated with, how we prefer to make purchasing decisions, and the speed with which we prefer to make them. Read more...(1489 words, 5 images, estimated 5:57 mins reading time)
One of the secrets that top strippers know is how to make a man hang on her every word. It’s not as easy as just slapping on some lipgloss and wearing a seductive outfit. To achieve financial freedom and have a group of regulars you need presence, credibility, and passion.
Making men hang on your every word starts with these five skills: Read more...(883 words, 2 images, estimated 3:32 mins reading time)