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Bad Kissingen / Germany


Bad Kissingen is a large district town of the district of the same name and the seat of the district administration. The Bavarian state spa is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Bad Kissingen is the fourth largest city in the administrative district of Lower Franconia and has formed a joint regional centre with Bad Neustadt since 2016. Bad Kissingen is the location of Bavarian state authorities and, in its central location, a popular conference and event venue. The spa town lies in the valley of the Franconian Saale, on the south-eastern edge of the Rhön Mountains. As a mineral and mud spa, it treats a wide range of indications.

Bad Kissingen was developed into a world spa from the 18th century in competition with Karlsbad and Baden-Baden. It has the oldest spa garden (1738) and the largest ensemble of historic spa buildings in Europe, built under the aegis of the two Bavarian rulers Ludwig I (1825-48) and Prince Regent Luitpold (1886-1912). In addition, the spa town is Europe's oldest site of graduation and the second most visited spa in Germany, after Bad Füssing.

On 24 July 2021, UNESCO included Bad Kissingen in the World Heritage List as part of the important spa towns in Europe.

Club type:
Table Dance Club

Club opening hours:
Wednesday & Thursday: 20:30 - 03:00
Friday & Saturday: 20:30 - 05:00
Sunday: 20:30 - 03:00
Monday & Tuesday: closed

Is next to the Club
Costs 5,- € per day
There are 2 girls per room
Wifi, washing machine, stove/oven.
There is all infrastructure available, be it grocery stores, banks, hairdressers or solariums

Travel costs must be paid by the show artist (flight, train, bus).

Dress Code:
No special requirements, sexy outfits and elegant
(Evening dresses, High Heels, Corset, Hotpants, Bikini)
Minimum 5 different outfits, 1 outfit per performance day is sufficient.

Requirements for the dancer:

- Minimum 18 years old
- Pleasant and well-groomed appearance
- Languages German or English
- communicative and friendly
- well trained body

Daily salary is 55,- € fixed
Séparée: 1 hour 250,- € 40% for the dancer
Champagne Commission: 25%
Private dance: 50,- € 50% for the dancer
The dancer receives 50% from a club dollar

Additional information:

The dancer can work as an employee with a contract or as a self-employed dancer.
Self-employed dancers should have a trade licence and a
tax ID as well as accident and health insurance.
If this is not the case, we can help you organise all the employment documents.

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