A strip club that converts to take away food service? Yes, if you know how to engineer yourself.
With the blocks imposed by the quarantine, many non-essential services were forced to close
Even the manager of the strip club Lucky Devil Lounge would have had to close its doors, if it hadn't been for a brilliant intuition
What started out as a provocation quickly turned into an activity
Food 2 Go-Go was born, a service straddling strip club drive in and take-away food
What started as a joke on social networks seems to have become so viral as to make the author lean towards putting into practice an idea that is certainly outside the box. Some time ago, a man named Shon Boulden ran a strip club called the Lucky Devil Lounge in Oregon. Unfortunately, with the closure of non-essential activities, the adult recreation center had to close its doors, at least temporarily. With useful services such as home delivery and takeaway food still active, Shon has decided to post a provocation in this regard, claiming that he is ready to convert his business.
"Initially I launched the idea as a joke but in less than no time the provocation got 150 shares on Facebook. Nothing like this has ever happened before, "said the man. "So I thought, 'well, why don't we try to do it?" And from the ashes of the joke known as "Boober Eats" was born Food 2 Go-Go, the take-away food service where strippers serve customers sitting in the car. But of course we are talking about a strip club; however much the business model may change, you can't say goodbye to a little entertainment.
Takeaway and home food in the business change of this strip club. But not without some extras.
Getting food delivered to beautiful, low-cut girls would not keep the profits high, according to Shon. Man thus thought of combining business with pleasure, offering simple food at home or a drive in entertainment service, to be enjoyed directly in the car. Every Friday evening patrons can benefit from half-naked girls who dance with gloves and masks without even having to get out of the car. "It's a safe way to have some fun," said one of the customers who came from Seattle.
The food + dance option respecting social distancing costs $ 30. For those who cannot move from home, it seems that the strippers are the ones who deliver the food directly to the door, accompanied by a bodyguard who ensures that the anti-contagion rules are being met. In this service everyone seems to win, especially the dancers who otherwise would suddenly find themselves out of work. And between gas masks and sequined gloves, needless to tell you how hugely popular it has become, isn't it?