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T-shirts and jeans are the constant in just about every American man’s wardrobe. But as any guy will tell you, the choice of which t-shirt or pair of jeans to pull out of his closet has more to do with the fit and quality of said t-shirt and jeans than anything else.
Adult nightclubs don’t sell jeans. But over the past three decades, clubs in this industy have sold an awful lot of t-shirts, whether sold via a club’s “store” or as part of an “uptime” dance promotion.

A Fantasy Come True

dean-gettleson2Dean Gettleson, owner and operator of Fantasy Island in Los Angeles, shares some of the trials, tribulations and triumphs he has experienced over the last two decades as an adult club owner.
As an attorney in general practice since 1975, Dean Gettleson has long represented boxers and boxing promoters and has himself been a boxing promoter. But in 1994, one of his clients, who had rock and dance clubs, opened an adult nightclub, Fantasy Island, with some partners. There were very few adult clubs in LA then, and Gettleson went into the venture initially as an investor, but soon became the owner and operator of the venue—without any more experience than a previous investor in a rock club. But he learned quickly.

A guide to successful

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Are you considering remodeling your gentlemen’s club? Confused about which project should be your first priority? Should it be your bar, lobby, stages, champagne room or VIP room? What about the locker room? Don’t feel like the Lone Ranger—Cabaret Design Group’s Rick Uzubell has your answers, and offers tips on how to create multiple revenue streams and projects that will make you the most money from a club renovation.

There’s a new “Babe” in town

rp babe 2014Breathing life into the sleepy town of Burlington, New Jersey, Babe’s NOLA gives clientele the entertainment experience of a new era.

In remembrance:

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The well-known club operator passed away at age 59 on October 4, 2013, and is celebrated here in an “open letter” by his friend and fellow adult club executive, Jimmie Ellis.

The foundation of my education in the adult business began in the 1970s with The Dollhouse, and so many years with you, Fred. I am forever grateful for so many things, big and small. I am well traveled and find myself in many markets, but it is near impossible to walk into a club and not think of you when I see the influences and flavors established by The Dollhouse so many years ago.

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