Businesses of all kinds have been facing hard times trying to bounce back from COVID-19. From restaurants to movie theaters and beyond, new practices had to be put in place, and some businesses came to a complete halt.

One business in particular that took a hard hit was the strip club. Gentlemen's clubs across the U.S. are facing a sudden shortage of dancers to fill their stages. One club in New Orleans is working to combat the issue by offering signing bonuses to new or returning exotic dancers.

General Manager of Larry Flynt's Hustler Club in New Orleans, Ann Kesler told WVUE:

“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.”

Larry Flynt’s Hustler Club on Bourbon Street is offering $1,000 incentives to any entertainer who signs up to dance for them.

No word on if these incentives are going to be taking place at the Shreveport Hustler Club location.

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