Arrival in Las Vegas don’t plan on Monday through Friday, as they will be able to the necessary paperwork on the weekend. Also get started early in the morning, even though it is Vegas, these offices are only open during normal business hours.
If you come to Las Vegas, make sure that you bring the following: 2 forms of identification (driver’s license, state issued I. D., social security card, military I. D., DD214, U.S. card) If you are under 25, a state issued birth certificate is also required. This is not negotiable, you will not get a Sheriff’s card, without it. If you were not born in the United States, then you need to select one of the following: naturalization certificate; U.S. passport, U.S. birth certificate or Alien I. D. card.
Research clubs online and make a list of places you want to work. If you are over 21, you can work in a club in Las Vegas. If you are aged 18-20, do not despair!
Upon arrival in Las Vegas, you need to go to a club and get a signed referral slip. You need to get this referral slip to what is called the Las Vegas Sheriff’s card. Basically, it’s just a state issued ID card for people in the casino and entertainment industry. The club where you work, the transfer does not have to be, where you plan to; you only need the formalities. Just go and say that you are a dancer looking for a job, and you want a referral slip for a Sheriff’s card. You hear that often, and some places have even a package right there to help you with all of the information. Do not get discouraged if the first club does not give you the paperwork. Strippers are a dime a dozen in Las Vegas, and often the person, you ask documents, only is too lazy to get up and search. Just go to the next club. Allow an hour or two, if you are not familiar with the city of Las Vegas and where the clubs, to drive around and get the recommendation slip.
Remember, what the club doesn’t matter, you get the referral slip. You don’t have to work there! Once you have your Sheriff’s card, you can you want to the audition in each club, the. For many years, Cheetah to the transfer slip was known as the easiest Association. The door girl had a stack of them, and you would the hand, hundreds of the day. In the course of time it became known that Cheetah would slip a hand from the reference… so everyone went there first and then never came back to work there! As a result, the delivery of the recommendations on the door ended, and you now have to speak to a manager.
Take your two forms of ID, birth/naturalization certificate if required, signed referral slip, and $45 to the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department Fingerprinting Office. It is in the suburbs West of Mandalay Bay off Russell road between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m., Monday-Friday. The address 5880 Cameron St Las Vegas, NV (702) 828-3271 is:
Bring a book or magazine and prepare to wait at least an hour and a half to check for the fingerprint and the background. If you have bills outstanding option, or an extensive criminal history, your Sheriff’s card will most likely be rejected. If you are approved, you will not have to do this process again for a further five years.
Now you have your work card, you need to have a business license. You can take your Nevada state business license at the Department of taxation
The two locations are:
Grant Sawyer Office Building 555 E. Washington Ave Suite 1300 Las Vegas, Nevada
2550 Paseo Verde, Suite 180 Henderson, Nevada 89074
You can either go. The cost for a business license is $200 and it is valid for a year. You will receive a temporary license that can be used immediately and a permanent copy will be sent to you in the E-mail.
Take the work card, and temporary business license to the club where you want to work with. Most of the Las Vegas strip clubs are twenty-four hours. The prime night shifts start at 9pm, so you go to the club, that time is set. Since there are so many girls show up every day set, many of the clubs do not change their street clothes. Rather, they rate based on your appearance in your street clothes, so sexy look! Most of the clubs have their own rules as to dress code, and they will let you know what these rules are. Some are gown clubs, other that you can wear whatever costume you want.
The club will make a copy of your business license and you want to your Sheriff’s card. You need to show your Sheriff’s card each time you show for the work. You should also keep a copy of your business license in your purse, just in case. You will be sure that for the renewal of the business license every year. You will receive papers in the mail that reminds you to do.
The supply and demand in this industry is somewhat unique in Las Vegas. Because the clubs are larger and have more staff that you have more bad dancers. It’s just the Pareto principle (80/20 rule) is exemplified by a larger number. It is difficult to see the effects of this in a club with 20 dancers, but in a club with 250, it is more obvious. THIS is the reason why you guys, way to abandon a dancer or a turn back on to the top rail. It’s because in a club with 200 dancers in it, you have the idea of the 160 of you who don’t have to do what is right, to make the customers want to buy is. As a result, you have guys who have been harassed emergence of seven or eight “Wanna dance” girls before you. As a result, they tend to find more selective and sometimes more repellent, the right girl to spend your money.
In contrast to your home club, you will not get to choose the music for your stage image. In fact, to NOT have to pay a lot of entertainers opt to go on stage. There are various philosophies for why this could be beneficial. In some clubs, there are so many girls that not very many customers, the stadiums are just. For each song, you could be on the stage, you are selling a lapdance. In other clubs, the stage tipping is very good, so it’s worth it to the rotation. Use your best judgment.
Many of the clubs post a schedule of conventions in the locker room. You can plan on this time online. Some of the biggest conventions of the year, the Consumer Electronic Show and the Adult Video network in January, world of concrete, and magic online in February, March madness and ConExpo are all 3 years in March, NAB in April, ICS in may, Gentlemen’s Club Expo in August, and SEMA in November.
Also cross-reference the hotel room prices for the higher priced casinos like Bellagio, Wynn and Venetian. Anytime there is an abnormal increase in the prices reflects an increased demand for hotel rooms.