Escambia County Reviews / Testimonials
Males Entertainers
We tried in the past with 2 different companies to get males entertainers for
our parties...both times were a disaster, about ready to forgo an entertainer for
our latest party, a friend of a friend recommended this site, said they used
them and there was no problem and they were happy... so we said we will give
them a try, but if there is a problem, then never again, we will just forgo male
entertainers...thankfully we won't be needing to forgo ever again... these guys
were all we hoped for and we will be using them fact we already
Patricia. Z.
click here for more testimonials

Escambia County
Escambia County is a county of the U.S. state of
Alabama. As of the census, the population was
38,319.[1] Its county seat is Brewton.

Historic American Indian tribes in the area
included the Muskogean-speaking Creek,
Choctaw, and Alabama, who had inhabited the
lands for centuries and had many settlements.
The former two tribes were among those in the
Southeast whom the European-American
settlers called the Five Civilized Tribes, as they
adopted some European-American cultural ways
in an attempt to survive alongside the
encroachment of settlers moving into the area in
the early nineteenth century. Most of these
peoples were removed by United States forces
in the 1830s to Indian Territory west of the
Mississippi River.

The state made land grants
to European Americans, who developed the land
as large cotton plantations, based on slave labor
by African Americans. Some Creek remained in
the area. At the time, they were required to
renounce their tribal membership and were
granted US and state citizenship. They continued
to live as a community and to maintain ties. In
the twentieth century, the Poarch Band of Creek
Indians was recognized as a tribe, established a
government under a written constitution, and
have certain lands that were taken into trust by
the federal government. They have established
three gaming resorts to generate revenues for
tribal health and welfare.

Escambia County was organized and
established after the American Civil War, on
December 10, 1868 during the Reconstruction
era. The state legislature created it from parts
of Baldwin and Conecuh counties, to the west
and north, respectively. The area was part of
the coastal plain. It was largely agricultural into
the twentieth century.

The county is subject to heavy winds
and rains due to seasonal hurricanes. In
September 1979, the county was declared a
disaster area due to damage from Hurricane
Frederic. It was declared a disaster area again
in September 2004 due to damage from
Hurricane Ivan.

According to the 2010 United States Census:

62.1% White
31.9% Black
4.4% Native American
0.2% Asian
0.0% Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander
1.5% Two or more races
1.9% Hispanic or Latino (of any race)
As of 2012 the largest self-reported ancestry
groups in Escambia County were:

30.5% English
12.1% "American"
9.9% Irish

Brewton (county seat)
East Brewton
Unincorporated communities
Spring Hill
Indian reservation
Poarch Creek Indian Reservation

Atmore is a city in Escambia County, Alabama,
United States. It incorporated in 1907.[3] As of
the 2010 census it had a population of
10,194,[4] with an estimated population of
10,006 in 2014.[5] Atmore is in the planning
stages to increase its economic base with
additions in its new Rivercane development
along the I-65 corridor.

Atmore has completed requirements
to be recognized as an Alabama Community of
Excellence at the upcoming Alabama League of
Municipalities Convention. City officials are also
working with the Alabama Historical Commission
to have the downtown district listed on the
National Register of Historic Places.[6]

On May 23, 2007, Atmore celebrated its

The federally recognized Poarch Band of Creek
Indians is headquartered in Atmore.
Escambia County Reviews / Testimonials

Bachelorette Party

My girlfriends went with your company when we
planned a bachelorette party for our friend he
showed up and put on a hell
of a performance... OMG we all were all
smitten with our entertainer...
The website was easy to use.
This was my first time using this type of service
and this site but it won't be the last.
Everything went great,
our entertainer was professional and very sexy,
his show was beyond all our expectations.
We plan to have another party soon and
we will use this
service again... We can't stop talking
bout how much fun it was...
Jennifer. N...

Click here for more testimonials
- Escambia Strippers -

Hire online local male
or female exotic entertainers
for your bachelor or
bachelorette party.
Male strippers for the area
average 1 hr,

2 female strippers average
90 minutes to 2 hrs,
if you are wanting the dancers longer,
you just need to
keep tipping
and they will stay longer.

All dancers will do a performance
for the special person
and go into games
and lap dances for the
other guests.
We can keep it as wild
or as conservative
as need be,
if your looking to upgrade
that is always an option
with our male or female strippers.

Escambia County Strippers
We only hire the best strippers.
Are you looking for the top female exotic
strippers? We have them and you can have
them for your next special event.
Nothing gives an event the memorable
experience in having a male exotic entertainer!
You may need a stripper, gogo dancer or
private stripper for your bachelor party,
birthday or bachelorette.
Whatever your occasion is, we can help you
make your event unforgettable.
Hire male strippers for your party in Escambia County
Hire female strippers for your party in Escambia County
Hire male strippers for your party in Escambia County
Hire female strippers for your party in Escambia County

Strippers | Exotic Dancers | Adult Entertainment | Bachelor Party Ideas

Orange Beach Alabama Strippers

Contact | Info | Employment | Booking | Reservations | Testimonials

Hire male strippers for your party in Escambia County Alabama.
Hire female strippers for your party in Escambia County Alabama.
Hire male strippers for your party in Escambia County Alabama.
Hire female strippers for your party in Escambia County Alabama.
Call or Text Now!
1 - 251 - 308 - 9700
1 - 251 - 308 - 9700
Cities and Towns in Escambia County
Atmore, Brewton, East Brewton, Flomaton, Pollard, Riverview, Appleton, Barnett Crossroads, Booneville, Boykin, Bradley, Briar Lake
Estates, Canoe, Damascus, Dixie, Dixonville, Ewing Farms, Foshee, Freemanville, Hammac, Huxford, Jack Springs, Keego,
Kirkland, Little Rock, Malta, Marietta, Martinville, McCullough, Mount Gillis, Nokomis, Old Bratt Road Estates, Osaka, Parker Springs,
Pea Ridge, Pineview, Pleasant Hill, Poarch, Raley Forest Hill, Roberts, Robinsonville, Rock Creek, Rock Hill, Sardine, Southern
Estates, Spring Hill, Stanley Crossroads, Wahl, Wallace, Wawbeek, Welka.