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- About 40 Playboy Bunnies work in the recently opened Playboy Club in New York.
- Richie Notar, Creative Director of the Club, told Business Insider that there are two main things she is looking for when baiting hired.
- They want the rabbits to have a warm mood that makes people feel comfortable when walking around the door and something beyond anything else happens in their lives.
About 40 Playboy Bunnies work in the recently opened Playboy Club in New York – and each of them is carefully selected.
Creative director of the club, Richie Notar, told Business Insider that there are two main things she is looking for when hiring a bunny to work in the club.
First and foremost, they are looking for people who have a welcome and warm mood.
"Because in that cruel and terrible world of New York, you go through that door and it's like walking into the house, and you hug somebody with your smile and look at them," said Notar Business Insider. "You're not like," Uh, reservation? "I want to touch from eye to eye."
When someone makes a client feel comfortable when they fall into the door, it makes a difference in his overall experience at the club, he said.
"From that point on, what's going on, the food is better, the table is more comfortable," said Notar. "Everything feels better when you feel like you're in good hands."
The notary has also said that they are also looking for candidates who have something interesting in their out-of-work lives.
"One of the things I'd like to do is focus on people who have something interesting out there," Notar said. "I want them to be interesting in a variety of ways except you just bring a drink."
Dental hygienist is one of the rabbits at the staff in the club, along with an opera singer who has agreed to sing the client's song "happy happy birthday", which is the great joy of the Notary.
Of course, the previous experience of hospitality is a bonus, Notar said. "But my philosophy has always been, you have to start with a good person."
If there is one thing the Notar will not tolerate of potential Bunnies, that's the attitude.
In New York, "What are the restaurants more accurate, they are like," I do the service I have given you. "There are many attitudes, no clockwork."
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