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    I am leaving a 15 dolar a dance club to a 10 dollar a dance club do you think it will be easier to sell dances . I didnt make great money at the other club because it is new.
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    Default Re: dances selling cheaper dances

    Well, I'm from the Northeast and generally take a fair amount of $$ with me to the club...but I don't really distinguish between $10 and $15 dances...they both seem inexpensive to me. If I like a dancer I will spend what money I have regardless of the per dance cost. But then up here we're more used to the $20-$40 range. Guys might behave differently in areas where dances are always in the $10-$15 range.
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    Default Re: dances selling cheaper dances

    Cheaper just means you have to concentrate on pulling in tips now. Ask for that tip or even ignore the base min. dance price and include the tip in your price if you can pull that one off.

    Still give good quality dances however now quantity (due to the $5 per dance less you are now making) is your best friend as such.


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    Default Re: dances selling cheaper dances

    I'm so used to paying out the $20 for a dance that if I ever went to a club that offered the same dance for less money, I'd probably get even more dances than I do now, yet still have plenty to tip. I generally tip if I get five dances or more and I don't do that if the last dance wasn't always better than the first.

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    Thanks for your suggestions
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    Default Re: dances selling cheaper dances

    I think a large problem for you will be that you're in FL. After the hurricanes this year there won't be much money spent on strippers in general in FL for a while. Perhaps consider heading a bit further up the coast? I can assure you that it's MUCH easier to sell a dance further north than in FL

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    Default Re: dances selling cheaper dances

    Quote Originally Posted by Bridgette
    I think a large problem for you will be that you're in FL. After the hurricanes this year there won't be much money spent on strippers in general in FL for a while. Perhaps consider heading a bit further up the coast? I can assure you that it's MUCH easier to sell a dance further north than in FL
    i have to disagree. my money has been the same. i have friends that work in a 10 dance club in fl in one of the areas that got hit twice pretty hard. money has been steady to very good. if anything it's helped some areas with the influx of contracters ect to rebuild/repair. the amount of people that lost everything is really not that large. the people with money had plenty of insurance and arent hurting at all. keep in mind too that winter is our busiest season with alot of stirp club goes people that dont even live in fla.

    to answer your question. go to the 10 club with more business and you will make up in dances what you will get at the 15 club if it's slow.

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