Houston’s biggest strip clubs are offering discounts to visitors to help make the city less expensive to visit.
A Houston Chronicle investigation has revealed the discounts are offered by some of the largest strip clubs in the city, which are often operated by gangs or affiliated with organized crime.
“You have to be very cautious about how much you’re going to spend,” said one resident who requested anonymity.
The Houston Chronicle found some of these strip clubs offered discounts in exchange for allowing their guests to stay at the club during certain hours, or even to use their phones during a show.
One of the biggest strip club owners, Jimmy Lefebvre, said he is offering a $20 off the entry price for anyone who wants to stay for a full week.
That includes both women and men.
The discounts are a way to get people to the clubs early, and then pay for the room and board, Lefemvre said.
“I think they’re a great way to bring people to us, and we have to do it ourselves,” he said.
A woman at a Houston strip club told the Chronicle the deals were offered to attract new patrons.
“The price is really reasonable,” the woman said.
She said the discount was offered to encourage people to visit the club.
“We need to get a handle on crime and drugs and crime in general, so if you come here and you want to get high, you can,” she said.
Some strip clubs have also partnered with other businesses to offer discounts to help keep patrons happy.
A group of Houston stripclubs recently partnered with a grocery store to offer free snacks to customers.
“They have a really cool deal,” the owner of the Houston strip mall told the Houston Chronicle.
We’re really lucky that they are going to be here and we’re going through a tough time. “
Some of them are really good deals.
The deals are available to Houston residents who live outside of the city limits, but not to those in the metropolitan area. “
That’s why we have the grocery store,” he added.
The deals are available to Houston residents who live outside of the city limits, but not to those in the metropolitan area.
The Chronicle asked Lefeman if he thought people were paying too much for these discounts, but he said they are a good way to lure in new visitors to Houston.
“It’s a way of getting them to come in,” he told the newspaper.
Houston police spokeswoman Nicole Pfeiffer said officers do not monitor all of the clubs that have deals available. “
Maybe they don, maybe they don and maybe they will, and hopefully they will come back and be happy.”
Houston police spokeswoman Nicole Pfeiffer said officers do not monitor all of the clubs that have deals available.
She added that it is the responsibility of the business owners to make sure their deals are safe for customers and employees.