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Amid dancer shortage, Nashville clubs turn to retired stripper community for part-time twerkers



Nashville, TN - Just as Nashville's hospitality and service companies struggle to find workers, the city's adult entertainment industry is also facing critical shortages of qualified dancers.


In an effort to meet customer demand, local strip clubs are turning to Music City's vast retired stripper community for part-time twerkers.


In addition, the club is offering flexible hours that won't interfere with social security payments and a $1,000 sign-on bonus.


"It's perfect for me," said recently hired, Marilynn Beecham. "I can dance a few hours a week and still have time to watch the grandkids."


Club owners say they have plenty of openings for anyone interested. No experience is necessary.



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