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How to Sell Lap Dances and Champagne Rooms Part 2: Building Rapport

Sep 25 2011
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Transcript:  Hi I’m Jennifer McCumber, president of how-to-strip.com, author of Champagne Every Night and Feature Columnist in our TOP Industry Magazines, ED Publications and Club Bulletin.  This is video two in our eight part series on how to sell more lap dances and VIP’s, also known as the champagne room.

Sometimes you will have to initiate conversation and get things rolling, so here are a few good lines to try out. After you introduce yourself and have your initial small talk, ask them these questions:

1.   So, what brings you out tonight?
2.  How about that baseball game! (or other sport)
3.  Have you been to these parts before?
4.  Where are you from?
5.  So, what have you been up to today?

There are a few subjects that you must know a little about to be able to hit it off with most any client.

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How to Sell More Lap Dances and Champagne Rooms Part 1: Identifying a Whale

Sep 12 2011
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Hi I’m Jennifer McCumber, president of how-to-strip.com, author of Champagne Every Night and Feature Columnist in our TOP Industry Magazines, ED Publications and Club Bulletin.  This is video one in our eight part series on how to sell more lap dances and VIP’s, also known as the champagne room.

How you approach your potential customers will set your stage for success
or failure! There are three distinctively powerful influences you can employ:

1. Display
2. Delivery
3. Demeanor

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Closing the Deal: The Process That Builds Revenue for Clubs and Dancers

Feb 5 2011
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Cleavage and ClosingClosing the deal is the hardest part of the sales process, and most dancers hate it.

We tense up, feel urgency, shy away, or start to make conversational mistakes. We can feel nervous and become uneasy because we have a fear of failure or rejection.

I have also seen dancers who are too pushy and abrupt. They will just go up to a customer and say, “Hey, want a dance?” This fails miserably every time because none of the groundwork has been established.

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