Strip clubs to open in airports

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OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. — The country’s first strip club to be located in an airport terminal will open next month here at Will Rogers World Airport.

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John Jerriton, Corporate Communications Director for the law firm of Chasen, DeCash & Moore, which represents the club operator, said, “The club, called Airstrip, will be in the secured area of the airport terminal and will available to club members who hold a valid ticket airline. The fee structure for membership is being finalized and will also be offered to Sin Card credit card holders as a benefit. The company has signed advertising agreements with Monument Barelines as well as La Couvier Hotels which sees this as an opportunity to increase interest in its gluteal augmentation and spa program.

“The airport has already seen a huge uptick in one-way reservations on American Airlines to Dallas-Fort Worth airport,” said Jerriton. "It’s the closest and cheapest destination from OKC. Yet, American reports that the planes are flying less than half full. As best as we can make out, people are buying tickets so they can have access to the upper level. That’s where the gates and the club are located.”

Over the next year, the company plans to roll out Airstrip clubs in several more domestic locations such as Spokane, Des Moines, Santa Fe, and Schenectady. And the company is already scouting potential foreign airport locations in Brazil, Germany, Israel, and New Zealand.

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