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    How to break into sc business

    I and some friends are considering a foray into the adult business. We've wanted to open an sc, probably on the island.

    Is it still possible to do this? Do you have to be connected? Or just pay all kinds of fees to the govt?

    I figure there's enough demand out there I can ask this question without getting flamed by the competition.

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    If you guys no nothing about running strip clubs you should forget about it before loosing your shirts. Unless you have dirty money off course.
    Escorts are like a box of chocolate, you never know what you gonna get! Especially with a repeat!!!!

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    i heard about one like that in fabreville that is pretty sweet. i mean to go there and check it out...

    thanks for the advice all!

    Quote Originally Posted by SeeCupRider
    I don't know...I wonder if you could pull off a Strip Club under the same roof as a Chablis style 3-hour rental hotel? Sounds very dicey but it might not be impossible.

    When you read about Japanese Sex Clubs they have rooms with all kinds of fantasy decors. I wonder if you couldn't try and do a Chablis +++ with some fantasy decors, you know, a room in which one corner looks like a Metro car, for example? I think people are going to want a bed too though.

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    This is a business that is controlled by organized crime try to open up one with out getting permission!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kepler
    How about opening an FKK style club instead? You'd be the only one in Montreal I think.

    The legalities might be difficult but perhaps not impossible. Invest in a good lawyer to get as many things in your favour as possible. Perhaps try to model yourself on L'Orage, etc.

    Crazy as this one sounds, it might not be THAT crazy after all... I think the legalization of "swinger's clubs" has wedged the door open wide enough that a membership based strip/sex club does not seem as far fetched as it once might have. A good lawyer (or two) would be needed, but I think a private member-only type club might be something to think about.

    In terms of standard clubs, they are on the decline and I agree with those who say it's probably a losing proposition.

    Think outside the box!

    BD

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