New Orleans offers big bucks incentives to get exotic dancers to apply for jobs

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As more and more businesses across the United States decry the fact they can't get people to apply for jobs, one gentlemen’s club in New Orleans has taken matters into their own hands to return to operations as they were before the pandemic.

Now, as an incentive to draw exotic dancers, Larry Flynt’s Hustler Club will offer $1,000 bonuses to any entertainer who signs up to dance for them.

Strip clubs were hit hard across the U.S. when the pandemic began and most of them were forced to shutter, and they are now facing a second issue: The sudden shortage of dancers to fill stages. This led to Larry Flynt’s Hustler Club offering their signing bonuses to new dancers.

“We look forward to reverting back to a seven-day per week operation, just as we were prior to COVID. In order to do so, we need to ensure that we have an ample number of entertainers to sustain our guests, which is why we are implementing a signing incentive to both local and out of state entertainers,” General manager of the club Ann Kesler said to WVUE.

Currently, this is the only location that will be offering the incentive to new dancers. What comes next? We can only guess.