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Las Vegas strip club recruits recent high school grads

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A Las Vegas club is recruiting girls fresh out of high school to strip and earn as much as $1,000 a night to support their college education. AP

 

 

LAS VEGAS, United States — New advertisements outside Little Darlings strip club in Las Vegas encourage recent high school graduates to apply, promoting stripping as a way to earn money for college.

 

KVVU-TV reports that Little Darlings manager Rick Marzullo says the ads fit in with the character of Las Vegas.

 

The signs have slogans like “Now auditioning the class of 2015” and “Pay your way through college.”

 

Marzullo says he is offering a way for young women 18 and older to make good money in a struggling economy.

 

He says entertainers at his club make up to $1,000 a night and he has noticed more and more women turning to stripping to help with rising college costs.