➢ 3-4 topless dance per night, private dance and consumation.
➢ Fix salary 70euro/day if the Artist make 13cards plus percent from dance and consumation if she can't make 13cards then she receive 35euro plus money from the cards:
- The price for private dance is 25euro and for the Artist 2cards x3e.
- Simple drink 15e and the Artist receive 1card x3r.
- Shoot is 20e and the Artist receive 1card x5e.
- Glass of Chempagne is 25e and the Artist receive 2cards x3e.
- Piccolo is 50e and the Artist receive 3cards x5e.
➢ Salary is payed every morning after work.
➢ Monday - Sunday: 23.00-06.00
➢ Depend on each experience, minimum 3000euro per month.
DANCE WEAR CODE:
➢ THE ARTIST will dress and will follow instructions given by the manager of the club. Please make sure you bring: long dress, short dress, fancy costumes for dancing on stage, shoes and relevant accessories.
DANCERS SELECTION CRITERIA:
-Minimum 18 years old
-Medium level of English
-Good self confidence
➢ The club has a no tolerance policy to prostitution and illicit drugs, and the club management and agency will not be held responsible for any bad or illegal behaviour by THE ARTIST, whether it is during or outside club hours.
LENGTH OF CONTRACT:
➢ They accept dancers for a minimum of 2 weeks.
WHEN CAN YOU START:
➢ Once you have applied on our website and you have been selected, we will be able to tell you when there are available positions and we will send you the contract. Working with the agency is legal and safe and FREE.
➢ Free accommodation provide by the club 5euro/day.
➢ The artist must to pay the transport.
➢ Heraklion is the largest city of Crete and one of Greece’s major urban centers. Its development begun in the wake of the 9th century AD (in antiquity, Knossos was the island’s most important centre, followed by Gortyn). In later times, Heraklion came under Arabic, Venetian and Ottoman rule; its conquerors initially gave it the name Khandaq or Handak which was corrupted to Candia. During the 2004 Olympic Games, the city of Heraklion provided one of the venues for the football tournament.
➢ Among the most outstanding sights of Heraklion are the fortification walls that delimit the “old city”. The first fortifications were built by the Arabs and were later reinforced by the Venetians (15th century). From the seven bastions, only the Martinengo bastion survives to this day; there visitors will find the tomb of the renowned writer N. Kazantzakis, overlooking the city. From the four gates to the city, only Chanioporta (1570) with the characteristic winged Lion of Saint Marc and the New Gate (1587) at the southern side survive today.
➢ In the old (Venetian) port, next to the modern facilities, one can see the vaulted tarsanades where ships used to be built, while the western side is dominated by the Koule fortress (16th century).