Discrimination during Audition

I have just left the Deja Vu in Ypsilanti for the second time and again have just had another negative experience. The first time I went there I went for the amateur night and they didn’t have a show because there wasn’t enough girls, and for the following month they never seemed to have enough girls to have an amateur night. So, I call ahead and asked if they were holding auditions and was told that I can come anytime before 7 and audition on any day. They even told me that if I came by 7 today, and did well they would allow me to work tonight. When I got there no one asked me my name and I had to wait with all my things, and never even asked if I would like a seat or anyting for 7 minutes before anyone even talked to me. I was then told that they only want day shift girls right now and I was told that before I was even told to change and still no one had even asked me my name. Anc then I was told to go change and then go up and audition. No one called me up and no management was there when I did my audition. No one even asked me what my name was or took my ID or gave me any paperwork. They were very rude to me, and when I got off stage and went to go find them, I was told that I can’t stay tonight but I can come Friday during the day. And again the manager has still not asked me my name or taken any information. I have been doing pole fitness for 4 plus years and have even competed in pole fitness competitions and I just won a gold medal in my division this last weekend. The fact that they never even looked at me or asked me my name or took any information was the rudest thing anyone could have ever done. Luckily, the girls were there were nice but that only goes for the dancers and the wait staff. Management, specifically the manager Zach was very rude and unprofessional and I will make sure I let any other dancers I know, know about this experience I had at this establishment.


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