One of the promotional flyers for Deja Vu, Las Vegas
Since we are in the business of sharing our life stories online these days, the story on this side of the hood is as follows.
While watching the NBA Playoffs on TNT for two nights in a row, on the first night inadvertently, and on the second night purposefully, I left the television on, after the games were finished and for some odd reason thenÂ awoke in the wee hours of the morning to the tune of the following commercial on TNT for theÂ Deja Vu ShowgirlsÂ locations, with this one targeted to the local So CalÂ venue patrons.
The flyer that is at the beginning of this post came to mind last week while conducting some research on the gentlemen’s club industry in Canada, and I came across a profile on Facebook for this new promotional concept for the Deja Vu Las VegasÂ location known as Strip Hop, and while this concept was one that had already been implemented at a local venue here in So Cal in 2004, itÂ confirms that the acceptance factorÂ is oftenÂ just aÂ matter ofÂ proper timing.
Without all of the unnecessary moral commentary andÂ keeping the discussion strictly business,Â the facts are showing that with the economy being in the condition that it is, a major cable television network such as TNTÂ has now seen fit to open up its advertising roster for these types of commercials, which we can conclude are worth the pricey investment, made affordable by what may be a solid and fundamental recession proof business model based on some of the oldest standards of professionalism and serviceÂ in the world, leaving much on the table for those of us willing and able to effectively upgrade and expand upon the new and emerging trends which begin as a few different perspectives to consider.