Wednesday, October 10, 2012

The Club Side Of Male Strip Club

   What if the bar or club is just as hot and sexy as the male dancers who perform within? That to me is the ultimate combination. Males In Motion is of course most interested in the exotic male dancer. That is our focus, our fun, our entertainment, and our passion. However, behind the male dancer is usually a bar or club.
   I have enjoyed watching the 'boyz' in clubs that feel like palaces. I have also watched the boyz in dives where I was afraid to put my feet down on the floor because I was afraid I would stick to it. I have been in places where the ceiling was falling in because of leaks. And have seen stains on the floor that I was afraid to ask just what fluid had caused it. To a certain degree, if the exotic male dancers are hot and sexy, there is less attention paid to the bar or club. But that shouldn't be the case.
   To borrow the famous line from Star Trek, I have been willing " boldy go where no man has gone before..." for the sake of the dancing boys! But as I mature I am starting to appreciate the finer things in life. And one of those finer things is basic cleanliness. In writing this blog, it is my intention to inspire bar/club owners and managers, bartenders, and dancers to rise to a new level in maintaining their business and workplace. After all, it is a place where you spend a large portion of your time. Why not make it a place that you can enter with pride and anticipation?
   It only makes sense that the customers who feel comfortable in a bar or club will most likely return, particularly if the quality of dancers remains consistent. Once again I return to Swinging Richard's in Atlanta, GA as an example. I always feel comfortable. I always look forward to my next visit. The dancers are consistently beautiful, athletic, and 'blessed'. The club does not feel cheap, dirty, run-down, or trashy. The lighting doesn't make you feel like you are in a cave, but you don't feel like you're in the spotlight either. And for me when I've chosen to spend some time in the VIP Lounge I've found the same type of environment.
   As a Male Strip Club/Bar patron, I ask the owners, managers, bartenders, etc., to take a little time and assess your environment. If you do a renovation, let us know. We'll be glad to 'toot your horn' and provide some free promotion. I also want to recommend that all of you watch Bar Rescue on the Spike Channel. You can also catch past episodes on Hulu. Your club or bar is most likely not in as bad a shape as some of these are, but the information and inspiration provided from the show can contribute to your bottom line.
   I didn't add any pics to the blog this time because I didn't want any club or bar to be associated with needing help as I've described above. Until next time, tip the boys a little extra this month.

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