If the mayor and governor wouldn’t have closed the city of Atlanta for self quarantine, would the strip clubs still be pulling in regular patrons? I believe so, in spite of pandemic warnings, people would still risk going to the club to see their favorite dancer. The only reason the club suffered any loss in revenue is because most businesses were forced to close. The Strip club business doesn’t really suffer any down turns in most economies.
The Economy Doesn’t Seem to Affect The Strip Clubs
Magic City, the most famous strip club in the city of Atlanta still seems to be going strong. The economy doesn’t seem to affect the strip club business. McDonalds is recession proof and so is the strip club business. I think Magic City, with it’s elite clientele, would do very well in a down economy. You never really hear to many strip club owners talk about
closing the clubs as a result of not making enough revenue. Now, I’m sure that there are some clubs who can’t make ends meet, but for the clubs that are at the top of the food chain, like Magic City things seem to look pretty sweet.
Magic City Always Has A Packed House
Magic City seems to always have a packed house during those peak hours. Magic City keeps the best girls dancing to make that money. A formula for success I guess is what Magic City has on the books, because only the best athletes, entertainers, and movie stars go to Magic City. A club like Strokers also does well in the city but it doesn’t have the clout of a Magic City.
Magic City just like McDonalds is here to stay and so is the business of stripping.
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