While on Labor Day vacation, this SuperStripper couldn’t keep herself out of the strip club! OK, OK…truth be told I LOVE going to strip clubs as a customer. Especially when I am on vacation and don’t have to work!
The Cheetah has a prime location on SPID (South Padre Island Drive) the main highway between downtown Corpus and the beaches on Padre Island. There are tons of hotels along SPID, and not very many strip clubs, which gives The Cheetah an advantage over the other Corpus Strip Clubs.
Scarlett’s as it is affectionatly called by locals is the only strip club in sioux falls. Sioux falls is the largest city in the upper-midwest, according to the city’s chamber of commerce.
The club books girls weekly. There are no walk-ins, no drop-ins, and no house fees. If you are interested in working here arrangements must be made ahead of time. I suggest booking through www.travelingentertainers.com so that your airfare and hotel accomodations will be provided. If you live in the Sioux Falls area and don’t need travel arrangement, keep in mind that the local house entertainers are paid a weekly booking fee.
I returned to my home club in Arizona last night. I LOVE Babe’s Cabaret!
It is the smallest club I have ever worked, and the most friendliest. The theme of the Gentlemen’s Club Expo was Teamwork, which is easier to implement at cozy neighborhood clubs than upscale chains. One remarkable thing about Babe’s is the general respect the entertainers have towards each other’s personal belongings. Even though there are lockers available (which I personally use to lock up my purse, wallet, cell phone, and makeup bag) many of the girls feel comfortable leaving their belongings out. It is not unusually to see several expensive smartphones lined up on the counter top, and designer clothing sticking out of half open bags underneath. During the busy golf and spring training season when the club hires more girls, there is the inevitable sentiment of “It has to be the new girls…because we trust each other.” Nevertheless, this is great way to feel about the majority of your co-workers.
I worked at The Spearmint Rhino during my trip to Dallas in September 2008. Since my fingerprint card was still on file, it was a natural choice to just pop back into that club. Especially when the other option is pay another $50 for fingerprints, audition, get hired, go through orientation, yada yada yada. Plus one of my DancerWealth students worked there and this allowed me the opportunity to do some in-club coaching with her. She also got to entertain one of Sexual Harrassment Panda’s friends for an evening.
The Lodge is unlike any club I have ever experienced. Check out these local commercials.
From a dancer’s perspective, if I lived in Dallas…. I wouldn’t want to work anyplace else! Much of my opinion is due to the positive reinforcement strategies that owner, Dawn Rizos implements throughout the club. For example, there is NO HOUSE FEE for entertainers who arrive to work on time at 6pm. Dayshift entertainers not only pay no house fee, but are also fed a catered lunch by the club’s Five-Star Restaurant. I had the lobster bisque and crab stuffed halibut; it was delicious!
Nikita Kash at www.travelingentertainers.com gave me the heads up on the Grand Opening of this club. I drove by before it opened last week just to scope out the location. It is actually a brand new building about a mile north of Oasis Gentlemen’s Club. A few of the Oasis owners are also owners of this club. Here is the blurb from the Philadelphia Inquirer, scroll down to the bottom.
I arrived at 9:30 for the start of my 10-2 shift. The club is brand new, and yes the tanning bed in the dressing room mentioned in the article is apparently very strong. The club has a great set-up for the owners and the customers, but it is not optimal from the dancers’ perspective.