September 04, 2001 05:36pm
9th Annual Gentlemen's Club Expo Wraps up Week in Vegas
Source: Independent for AINews
by: Rick C. Limpert
(LAS VEGAS, NV) -- The 9th annual Exotic Dancer Gentlemen's Club Expo finished its busy week at the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino in Las Vegas.
The Expo, which gets bigger and better every year, lived up to its hype and reputation as the place to be for those involved in the billion-dollar Adult Club Industry.
A three-day trade show took over the Mandalay Bay's convention center as close to 250 booths conducted business with the 3000 plus attendees. While regular exhibitors like the talent agencies, Budweiser, and the Pure Gold chain of clubs had popular booths; newcomers like The Men's Warehouse, The Free Network, and some of the feature entertainers were welcome additions.
While the tradeshow is well attended, most of the club owners find the legal seminars reason enough to attend the conference. Panel discussions featured topics that could appeal to club owners and dancers alike.
The Expo has evolved into one of the most popular conventions for the host hotels in Las Vegas. Club owners are known for being good casino patrons, as this convention has moved up from The Palace Station to the Tropicana, to Caesar's Palace and now to the luxurious Mandalay Bay.
About Rick C. Limpert:
Rick C. Limpert is the owner of SBC Photography in Atlanta (www.sbcphotog.com) and the Spring Break Girls website (www.springbreak.5u.com). Rick covers events in the Southeast and nationwide for AINews.com. He can be reached by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.