LAS VEGAS — Adult entertainers Nina Mercedez and Lexi Lamour have joined forces to form a new feature dance agency called Feature Elite.
The agency will be booking out of Las Vegas, where Mercedez and Lamour both recently located. Lamour is now working for Brazzers and Mercedez just wrapped a Vegas show where she was a principal Showgirl in the main showroom at The Sahara.
Mercedez and Lamour, both of whom are award-winning features, say they have more to offer than the norm with their combined 20 years experience on the dance circuit. Mercedez also comes to the agency with such titles as Miss Nude Universe, Miss Nude International and Miss Nude North America on her resume.
In addition, the pair has also won several Exotic Dancer Magazine awards, including Lamour's Club Owner Favorite honor and Mercedez's Entertainer of the Year and Adult Performer of the Year trophies. Both annually work for Exotic Dancer Magazine at the Gentleman’s Club Owners Expo.
“Lexi and Nina are very well-known names and they are trusted by all of our staff and all of the club owners," said Kevin of Exotic Dancer Magazine. "We are always very pleased to have them every year."
Feature Elite recently launched its official website with more than 20 showgirls and adult film stars already on the roster. Each showgirl has been hand-selected by Mercedez and Lamour.
The agency will be officially launched this Sunday.
Feature Elite said it also has "two very valuable, secret weapons behind them" in a pair of professional agents. The first is Eric L., aka Ethan Cage, a veteran on the road as a manager and reputable agent in the XXX business.
In addition, the agency will collaborate with Raymond Balboa, who worked for nearly 15 years in the gentlemen’s club industry as a manager and professional consultant for many of the top clubs in the U.S. Balboa has managed and consulted for various locations of Christie's Cabaret, Delilah’s and more. Feature Elite said that Balboa's familiarity of clubs, management, cost, ROI and PPA will be key in distinguishing it from the rest.
The agency will also be offering a feature dance school headed up by Lamour. The basis is simply that "none of Feature Elite’s girls will hit the road without proper shows," the company said.
"They will all have the knowledge from basics to advanced techniques to be a successful feature entertainer. So the club owners have reason to invest in feature entertainment as a viable and profitable source of promotion for thier club."
Feature Elite said it would be putting out "a polished product" on the dance circuit in an attempt to “breathe a breath of fresh air back into the business and hopefully bring Feature Dancing back to the pristine standard of what the club owners expect and most importantly, they deserve."
Visit http://FeatureElite.com for more information and booking.