Deja Vu/Hustler Adult Entertainment Chain Named "Club Chain of the Year"
LOS ANGELES, Sept. 19, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- The Deja Vu/Hustler adult entertainment chain was been presented with the "Club Chain of the Year" award at the 2012 Gentlemen's Club Expo in Las Vegas last month, an honor is has received for 10 of the last 15 years.
A widely recognized leader in the adult entertainment industry, Deja Vu/Hustler clubs have received 23 additional individual club awards since 1998. Jason Mohney, spokesperson for the Deja Vu/Hustler adult entertainment chain, says "It's an honor to be recognized by our industry, once again, for our dedication to providing the finest adult entertainment experience in the United States."
In addition to its reputation for exceptional service and standards, the Deja Vu/Hustler adult entertainment chain is also recognized as a leader in protecting human rights. Recently, they joined forces with industry and government agencies to help in the fight against human trafficking in the United States. 60+ Deja Vu/Hustler locations across the country traveled to St. Louis, Missouri, to attend a training seminar hosted by C.O.A.S.T. (Club Owners Against Sex Trafficking), I.C.E. (U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement), the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, and various N.G.O.'s (Non-Governmental Organizations) in an effort to bring awareness of the warning signs of forced commercial sexual exploitation of both adults and minors and to share information about the resources available to combat this problem. They have since instituted an ongoing program to provide training on the issue of human trafficking to their staff and management.
Mohney says, "We are not only committed to providing the best adult entertainment in the U.S., but we are also dedicated to being at the forefront of protecting civil liberties, whether the threats to such freedoms come from those engaged in human trafficking, from those bent on suppressing sexual freedoms, or from the Government itself. No group in our industry has been more active in the fight to protect an individual's First Amendment rights (freedom of speech, assembly, and expression, among others) than the Deja Vu/Hustler chain of clubs." The chain estimates that it has provided employment to over 60,000 workers in its 25 year history.
For more information on the Deja Vu/Hustler adult entertainment chain and its award-winning history, visit www.dejavu.com
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