Scintillating, safe and decidedly different in-person entertainment

Integrity and professionalism paired with highly trained dancers put Las Vegas Bachelor Girls far ahead of the competition. Since 2014, they have built a reputation for scintillating, safe and decidedly different in-person entertainment.

“A lot of time people think they are just hiring entertainers who sit around and look pretty,” said Chloe, owner of Las Vegas Bachelor Girls. “But we have a whole choreographed routine and interactive show.”

The training and hiring process to work for the burgeoning business is extremely rigid. Each employee is given a background check and is trained on each routine. The roster of dancers includes highly trained professionals and a few well-known adult film stars. Customers are continually astonished by the detailed routines.

“I think customers would be surprised to learn how prepared we are and all we show up with,” Chloe said. “From toys, single dollar bills, music, speakers and outfits, we literally bring the whole party and set it up for you.”

The job comes with a few perks, too.

“The thing we love most is breaking the stigma,” she said. “So many clients call and have had a bad prior experience with other companies. They may be a little hesitant. Making them feel at ease and then getting their feedback after is amazing. ‘This was the highlight of our trip,’ is something we hear all the time.”

The shutdown and restrictions put in place by Covid have not crimped Las Vegas Bachelor Girls’ style.

“We are lucky because Covid is making people not want to be in large crowded environments,” she said. “Personalized, delivered-to-you entertainment is the wave of the future. Luckily, we had perfected it before Covid. But we needed to make our customers feel safe.”

They recently released a safety PSA video highlighting the company’s new Covid protocols. Each dancer is tested weekly and a private lab whisks the results back within 24 hours.

“We made custom masks and hand sanitizers,” she said. “We also started bringing prop money so clients have a choice if they don’t want to touch used $1 bills. We also change our outfits in between each event. We want people to know Vegas can still be an absolute blast even with the clubs closed. You just need to know how to party safely in your room.”

It seems to be working. Las Vegas Bachelor Girls has a roster of repeat clients and glowing online reviews. And what you see is what you get. Las Vegas Bachelor Girls prides itself on providing the actual girls from the photos on their social media and website.

“We are the only company that uses real pics of the dancers,” Chloe said. “We hold photoshoots every three months and our customers can see all the behind the scenes from all of our previous shoots on our Instagram highlights. We also release a yearly promo video for double verification.”

Each dancer is active on social media so that clients can develop a rapport with the girls before a special event.

“This also helps the client choose the correct girls for their party because our personality comes through,” Chloe said. “Customer service is our number one goal. Always. We really want to make sure the clients have a phenomenal time first and foremost. And obviously, we hire only the best talent in Vegas.”


This article was presented and sponsored by Las Vegas Bachelor Girls. For more information, go to vegasbachelorstrippers.com.


 

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