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I am looking to start a strip club, any advice?

I am looking to start a strip club up, any advice? I know I may need an attorney but what kind of attorney do I need? I am probably going to go to a bank to ask for a loan to start it up-any suggestions? I'll take all the advice I need!

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Houston County, TX

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Nov 6, 2013
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try here www.theclubadvisor.com

Jul 9, 2013
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Biz2Credit LLC
New York County, NY

Robin ,

Instead of starting a new strip club better go and buy a one which is at least two years. Strip club businesses are hard to get financed due to cash component but if is F&B license one can get money against the credit card receivables. Besides this buying this kind of business along with real estate will help you to get financing from banks. Check out www.biz2credit.com for all your financing options as we have over 70 banks offering over 140 products across the country.

Mar 31, 2010
Damon Desautel
VR Business Brokers
Hillsborough County, FL
Premium Broker

Hi Robin, call me to discuss your options, I am also located in Pinellas County. visit my site at www.tampabaybizsales.com

Mar 31, 2010
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The BAF Group LLC
MD

I agree with John. Moreover, if you are asking these questions, you really don't want to own a club like that! They are tough businesses, to say the least. It is no place to learn. At the very least, find someone that owns one and go to work for them for a year or two. Do yourself a favor and take your time - DO NOT RUSH THIS ONE!

Mar 30, 2010
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There is no way a bank will give a start up loan for a strip club. I doubt you will find any investors outside of friends and familiy. If you have property with equity then you could get a loan that way.
Strip clubs are one of those businesses that are mostly as a cash business. Only people with cash or well connected usually buy them.

Mar 30, 2010

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