Businesses and supply chains have all been facing hardships because of a shortage of workers, and strip clubs are no restriction.

At least one gentleman's club in New Orleans announced they're going to be offering contracts with sign-on bonuses in hopes of combatting what they're declaring a “national exotic dancer shortage.”

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“We look forward to reverting back to a seven-day per week operation, just as we were prior to COVID,” Ann Kesler, General Manager of Larry Flynt’s Hustler Club New Orleans told Fox8 WVUE. “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 new dancers, and even dancers who previously were employed by the club and are looking to return.

“Believe it or not, New Orleans has everything besides exotic dancers at this time,” Kesler told WVUE. “I urge entertainers to contact me for their signing bonus as the city quickly gears towards full capacity.”

So, if you're looking for a job now that things are getting back to normal, there's something for you to look over.

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