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How safe is your club’s front door

ta frontdoorFive tips for securing your points of entry

Nightclub & Security Consultants President Robert Smith provides five specific areas which, if addressed properly, could result in a more secure front door today.

Babes Renovation Profile

babes-1The Bourbon Street Method

As New Orleans welcomes 2013 with three huge events, Babe’s Cabaret gives themselves a front entrance facelift to attract new business.
It’s easy to get hit by a cab in New Orleans.  Not because they’re aiming for pedestrians, but because people tend not to look where they’re going. If they’re tourists, it’s never their fault; with the French Quarter, the Garden District, Magazine Street, etc., there’s just too much take in.

The ED Interview:

Laurie-019Laurie Bowers, President of Deja Vu Consulting


Laurie Bowers is an anomaly—an enigma, really.  She runs the largest chain of adult nightclubs in the world, and yet, very few in this industry could pick her out of a lineup of club professionals.

In truth, Bowers reflects an interesting industry dichotomy: While adult nightclubs are dominated on the one hand by the entertainers—after all, what would a strip club be without the strippers—they are also dominated from an ownership and managerial standpoint by men. While female owners and managers exist, and several are very successful at what they do, they pale in numbers compared to their male counterparts.

Club Connect

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Making the connection with Club Connect -


The adult nightclub industry isn’t known for its fiscal responsibility.  Until now, perhaps.  Payment solutions provider Club Connect is looking to change that for club owners while providing employees easier methods of money management.

D.I.Y. Project

rp dicarlosThe DiCarlo’s D.I.Y. Project
With only $8,500 to spend on a renovation, DiCarlo’s in Albany, New York, concentrated on the basics to revitalize their classic “neighborhood” strip club.
Here are the numbers DiCarlo’s General Manager Brandy Karczewski had to work with:  
20—years since the club had been open. Also, the last time it was touched with a paint brush.
2,500—total square footage of the club.
8,500—in dollars. Barely.  Her budget that was okayed.
6—weeks that DiCarlo’s could afford to spend on the remodel to beat their spring rush.

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