Tipping Etiquette 877.75 STRIP (78747)
EXOTIC DANCER TIPPING ETIQUETTE
Be prepared to tip your entertainers, if you hold back so will they. The show-up fee is supplied to the dancer at the start of the show and that covers the dancer's time and fuel. Tipping however is a custom in stripping. Each entertainer has set games that they play with the crowd that are priced at different levels. These girls are fun, hot and very wild; they rely on your tips for encouragement. Show your love and appreciation for the sexy girls who get naked and naughty. All you have to do is invite them to your next event and let the fun begin.
Night Angel Strippers provides you with the hottest Strippers in New Jersey and we want you to have the best party possible.
Each dancer works hard to earn a living. Stripping may seem like an easy job but much time and preparation goes into it. These strippers are real people and should be treated as such. The more respectful you show, the more fun everyone will have. Please do not be rude to them, or ask them for sex. These are entertainers, not escorts. If people are disrespectful, the dancer has every right to leave the party before the time has ended and no refund will be given.
Although each stripper comes equipped with costume, stereo, props, and all party game materials, it is imperative to make sure you have done your best to make your house stripper friendly. Please provide a room for your entertainer to change/get ready in. Make sure the main room of entertainment is private so that the outside world cannot see your private party. Please close all blinds or curtains. Place a chair in the center of the room for your guest of honor. The chair should preferably have no armrests. This will assure that the guest of honor gets the closest, most embarrassing strip show of his life.
All guests must be at least 18 years of age. It is illegal to strip for a minor and consequences include jail time or large fines. If a guest looks to be underage at the party, they will be asked to show a valid driver's license or I.D. So make sure to bring it with you.