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This is the second part of the story of Guy Brenkman, an Illinois strip club operator who built and operated Bikinis outside Beatty. Brenkman said that a lot of women working in the entertainment business are not well-treated. He said he felt sorry for them.
He said sometimes the women get bilked out of a great deal of money by management. At Bikinis, the women were not charged room and board. I like treating people like I like to be treated. He told them to keep their receipts for the makeup they buy, the shoes they wear to dance, their jewelry, their hair stylists, their fingernails.
Brenkman recruited new employees for the business through in local newspapers, including Las Vegas. Looks, of course, were important in hiring a girl. Some were dancers; they did nothing but dance. They did lap dances and took tips on stage and so on. Sex with a dancer was out. Girls who did sex for money at Bikinis mingled in the bar.
A customer would go through it and was told which girls were working that night. I see her…. How about the one on stage? Clients were local men and people traveling up and down U. Highway 95, including truckers. He said the nude girls was a bit crude, but it worked. I made the sheriff mad, I made the brothel commission mad. Jack Daniels was the favorite whiskey at Bikinis. Bottled beer was the most popular beverage, with Bud Lite the best-seller, followed by Coors and Corona. Brenkman estimated that to percent of his business was repeat. Local business was probably 50 percent.
Some people were there just to drink. A lot of couples came. They really do. But by and large, they come in and have a good time.
In summing up his view of his establishment, Brenkman said he first ran a tavern, second a strip club, and third a brothel. Not real big, not real busy.
I interviewed him in late November that year. At the time, he was on dialysis seven days a week. A year earlier, he said, he could pick up a barrel of beer and carry it on his shoulder to the bar.
Now, he had to hire somebody to do it. His health deteriorated. For health reasons, he closed Bikinis and he and his wife moved out of the beautiful home they had so recently constructed in Beatty and relocated to Las Vegas, where he could be closer to medical treatment. Bikinis closed June 20, Guy Brenkman died Sept.
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